Teaching

Assistant Professor (undergraduate courses), University of Pittsburgh
Political Psychology (undergraduate seminar), Fall 2017-Spring 2018, University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, PA

Assistant Professor (graduate courses), University of Pittsburgh
Political Psychology (PhD seminar), Spring 2018, University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, PA

Adjunct Professor (graduate courses), New York University
Estimating Impacts in Policy Research, Fall 2016-Spring 2017, NYU Wagner Graduate School of Public Service, New York, NY
Course Information: Advanced graduate level course developing a set of data analytic skills. Course goals: a) extend familiarity with methodological issues, including various study designs, measurement problems, and analytic approaches; b) provide hands-on experience in management, analysis, and presentation of data; c) develop skills in reading, critiquing, and reporting on policy-relevant impact analyses written by others.

Teaching/Course Assistant (undergraduate courses), New York University
The 2017 U.S. Presidential Election: Causes and Consequences, Prof. Patrick Egan, Winter 2017 (taught in Washington, D.C.)
Power and Politics in America, Prof. Jonathan Nagler, Fall 2016
Political Psychology, Prof. Eric Dickson, Spring 2016
Gender in Law, Prof. Christine Harrington, Spring 2016
Comparative Politics, Prof. Arturas Rozenas, Fall 2015
Power and Politics in America, Prof. Chris Dawes, Spring 2015
Power and Politics in America, Prof. Jonathan Nagler, Fall 2014
Senior Politics Honors Seminar, Prof. Anna Harvey, Fall 2014 & Spring 2014