I strive to encourage students to follow their curiosities and ask critical questions about the social and environmental world through participatory and collaborative teaching methods. Through group projects, research assignments, and in-class activities, students are encouraged to apply concepts and theories from course materials to current events and to develop communication, critical thinking and research skills to make an impact in their communities.
I have taught courses in environmental social sciences related to environmental justice, climate change, social movements, and politics.
Texas Christian University, Sociology and Anthropology Department
- Research Methods, Fall 2019
- Environmental Justice, Fall 2019
Davidson College, Environmental Studies Department
- Environmental Justice, Fall 2018
- Environmental Social Movements, Fall 2018
- Climate Change and Society, Spring 2019
- Globalization, Sustainability and the Environment, Spring 2019
- Political Ecology, Spring 2019
Macalester College, Environmental Studies Department
- Environmental Justice, Spring 2015, 2016 and 2017
University of Minnesota, Teaching Assistant, Sociology Department
American University, Teaching Assistant, Sociology Department