Political Science PhD candidate focusing on American institutions

Teaching

Teaching

POLSCI 514:

 The Use of Social Science Computer Programs

In Fall 2016 I taught the introduction to social science computing course for first year Ph.D. students in the Political Science department. This course was an entry-level course in R programming, with a focus on data manipulation, cleaning and visualization.

Syllabus

Course Materials


In the Spring/Summer term of 2018 I was the instructor of record for POLSCI 111, Introduction to American Politics. This course used the The American Political System (Kollman 2017) and Readings in American Politics: Analysis and Perspectives (Kollman 2018) to introduces students to the foundations of American Politics.

POLSCI 111: 

Introduction to American Politics


Teaching Assistantships

  • GSI for PolSci 381 Research Design: Upper level writing seminar and honors sequence gateway in which undergraduates produced full research designs in preparation to propose honors theses.

  • GSI for Computational Social Science Initiative Methods Workshop - "Text as data" with Brandon Stewart.

  • Guest lecturer in Network Visualization in 470.673 Numbers, Pictures, Politics at Johns Hopkins Krieger School.