My teaching interests are in comparative politics, political behavior, and survey research methods. I am passionate about teaching and have received formalized training in teaching through the Preparation in Pedagogy program.

University of Houston (since Fall 2021)

  • POLS3311: Introduction to Comparative Politics
  • POLS3334/3396: Comparative Political Behavior
  • QSS4393: Quantitative Social Science Research Project (Independent Study)
  • POLS6384: Survey Research Methods
  • POLS6396: Comparative Political Behavior

University of Oxford

  • Survey Research Methods (graduate-level), Trinity 2021

Washington University in St. Louis

  • PS102: Comparative Politics, Fall 2017

Washington University in St. Louis (as teaching assistant)

  • PS363: Quantitative Political Methodology (Instructor: Jacob Montgomery), Fall 2016
  • PS102: Introduction to Comparative Politics (Instructor: Brian F. Crisp), Spring 2016
  • PS321: Comparative European Politics (Instructor: Margit Tavits), Fall 2015
  • PS358: Law, Politics, and Society (Instructor: James L. Gibson), Spring 2015