My teaching experience includes work with street children in Honduras, rural community members in Kenya, Purdue undergraduates and Harvard Master's degree candidates from around the world. I believe that each of these groups has as much to teach as they have to learn. I am dedicated to an interactive teaching approach that encourages students to take ownership over their own educational priorities.
Currently, at Purdue, I teach Introduction to Environmental Policy (POL 223) for undergraduates and, at the graduate-level, Field Research Methods (POL 606) and the Public Policy Pro-Seminar (POL 620). Previously, at Harvard, I served as a Teaching Fellow for several Master's level courses, including Analytic Frameworks for Policy (API 302) with Professor Richard Zeckhauser, Game Theory and Strategic Decisions (API 303) with Dr. Pinar Dogan, and Advanced Microeconomic Analysis (API 109) with Professor Chris Avery.
Below are a few examples of what students have said about me in anonymous course reviews: