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College of St. Scholastica (Assistant Professor, 2016-current):

Grinnell College (Visiting Assistant Professor, 2012-2016):


Rutgers University (Graduate student, 2005-2012;
independent course design & instruction unless otherwise noted):
  • Classical Theory, 300 level (2 courses)
  • Statistics [Computer Analysis of Social Science Data], 300 level (3 courses, Teaching Assistant for Karen Cerulo)
  • Freshman writing at Douglass College [Shaping a Life], 100 level (1 course)
  • Introduction to Sociology, 100 level (4 courses)
  • Research Methods for high school students, through Rutgers Upward Bound (6 courses)
  • Research Methods, 300 level (2 courses)
  • Expository Writing 101, English Department (4 courses)

Teaching Workshops (Selected; independently designed & taught):
  • “Teaching and Assessing in Large Classes” workshop, October 10, 2011. Featured on the front page of RU Today, archived at http://youtu.be/VzVjBs9xpjE
  • “Teaching a Summer Course” workshop, March 9, 2010. “Engaging Students in Large Classes” workshop, October 1, 2009. 
  • Invited Panelist, “Learning from Experience”, April 16, 2009.
  • “What Goes Into Grading” workshop, March 3, 2009.
  • “Teaching Writing to Large Classes” workshop, September 16, 2008.

Teaching portfolio available on request.

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"I taught the material but the students didn't learn it. Define 'Taught' as it is used in this sentence."
- variously attributed to Albert Shanker & others

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