In the classroom, I work to create an inclusive community of inquiry, in which we work together to develop and investigate important questions about the material. I have particular expertise and interest in teaching quantitative methods courses -- including courses for non-specialists -- and courses with a substantial writing component. I have taught on American politics, criminal justice, writing, quantitative analaysis, pedagogy, and other topics in a wide variety of settings: the University of Denver, the University of California at Berkeley, Mills College, San Quentin State Prison, and the Utah desert.
The New Jim Crow? Race and Punishment in American Politics. University of Denver.
Political Inquiry. University of Denver.
US Congress. University of Denver.
Quantitative Methods Tutoring Program for Political Science Graduate Program. University of California, Berkeley, 2015-2016. Founder and Coordinator.
Developmental Writing. Prison University Project at San Quentin State Prison, 2013-2015. Lead Instructor.