Anti-corruption protests, Rio de Janeiro (Summer 2013)

Anti-corruption protests, Rio de Janeiro (Summer 2013)

Teaching

From 2015-2017, I was a Quin Morton Predoctoral Teaching Fellow, an honor awarded to advanced Princeton students selected from a competitive pool to teach an original first-year seminar through Princeton's Writing Program. As a Teaching Fellow, I taught a course called Protest!, which used academic debates about social movements to introduce first-year students to college writing and the research process.

For my work as a Teaching Fellow, I was one of nine graduate students across all departments to receive Princeton University's Graduate Teaching Award in 2016. I was also named a Faculty Fellow in Service and Civic Engagement, a recognition for instructors who promote real-world engagement through their teaching and mentoring. Before teaching my own course, I was a teaching assistant for The Politics of Developing Countries (Spring 2014) and Latin American Politics (Spring 2012). 

Student evaluations, sample syllabi, and a statement of my teaching philosophy are available upon request.