Teaching Philosophy

As students prepare for a career as a researcher or practitioner, I perceive my role as an instructor to provide students with a comprehensive set of tools to develop critical ideas, create and evaluate empirical evidence, and connect this to opportunities for positive system change. To that end, I develop teaching materials that focus on how to absorb new information, engage in research, and provide an appreciation for interdisciplinarity and respect for diversity. The individual learning pathways of students are central in my teaching. I encourage students to identify their areas of interest and help them improve their knowledge and skills that prepares them for a future career.

Human Trafficking

 

Undergraduate - Spring 2018, Fall 2020

Northeastern University, Boston 

Florida State University, Tallahassee

Introduction to

Computational Statistics in R

 

Undergraduate and Graduate - Fall 2018

Northeastern University, Boston

Programming with Data

in Python

 

Undergraduate - Spring 2019

Northeastern University, Boston

New College of the Humanities, London

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