Instructor of Record:
Enrollment Management. Peabody College, Vanderbilt University. Slated to teach course on university organizational structures related admission, financial aid, and college persistence to higher education administration masters students – Spring 2017.
Research Design and Data Analysis. (Teaching assistant to Dr. Brent J. Evans). Peabody College, Vanderbilt University. Served as assistant for three classes and taught section of an introductory course in social science research methods and quantitative data analysis for masters students – Fall 2013.
Policy Analysis II. (Teaching assistant to Prof. Pope “Mac” McCorkle). Sanford School of Public Policy, Duke University. Served as assistant for two classes of a course in public policy analysis and recommendation with an emphasis on written and oral communication skills for masters students – Spring 2013.
Policy Choice as Value Conflict. (Teaching assistant to Dr. Gunther Peck). Sanford School of Public Policy, Duke University. Served as assistant for a course in the ethical implications and moral frameworks associated with the formation and implementation of public policy. Taught discussion section of 15 undergraduate public policy majors – Fall 2012.
Political Analysis for Public Policy-Making. (Teaching assistant to Dr. Frederick “Fritz” Mayer and Dr. James “Jay” Hamilton). Sanford School of Public Policy, Duke University. Twice served as assistant for a course in in the analysis of the political and organizational processes that influence policy formation and implementation. Taught a weekly discussion section on political analysis and policy memo writing to undergraduates – Spring and Fall 2012.