During my postgraduate career at George Washington University, I have sought multiple opportunities to gain teaching experience. Although my fellowship did not require that I act as a teaching assistant, I arranged to TA in the political science department for a large undergraduate lecture course on U.S. welfare policy (“Poverty, Work, and Welfare”). In the summer of both 2018 and 2019, I taught on my own a smaller section of the same course, which enrolls primarily sophomores. Syllabi are available below.

Additionally, work-in-progress sample syllabi–for courses I have not taught yet but would like to each in the future–are available below.

A teaching statement, which details my teaching philosophy and provides a summary of student evaluations, is available below.