I have experience teaching statistics and research methods and am interested in teaching courses on health inequalities, life course/aging, family, and social networks. Whether in the classroom or online, I advocate for an interactive learning experience that enables students from diverse backgrounds to actively engage in the learning process and demonstrate their comprehension of the course topic and its relevance to the real world. I thoroughly enjoy engaging with students outside of the classroom as I believe this is an essential part of academic development and allows for insights that are less likely to emerge within the more structured classroom setting.

Teaching Experience

Indiana University


  SOC-S110—Understanding Social Data: Fall 2021 (Instructor)

Washington State University

  SOC 320—Introduction to Social Research Methods: Fall 2017 (Instructor), Summer 2017 (Instructor)

  SOC 321—Quantitative Techniques in Sociology: Spring 2019 (Instructor), Spring 2017 (Lab Instructor)

  SOC 245—Sociology of Sport: Fall 2016 (Teaching Assistant)