I teach general topics in international relations at the undergraduate (Intro to IR) and graduate (IR Field Proseminar) levels. I also teach a graduate Qualitative Methods course.
My courses in specialized topics include Global Nonstate Actors at the graduate level and Global Governance and Political Economy (with an emphasis on global inequality) at the undergraduate level.
In Purdue's Cornerstone Integrated Liberal Arts program, I teach a "transformative texts" first-year seminar on Technology, Great Power and Its Responsibilities.
I was a recipient of the 2022 Kenneth T. Kofmehl Outstanding Undergraduate Teaching Award given by Purdue's College of Liberal Arts. This award is chosen by the Liberal Arts Educational Excellence Awards Committee and the Dean on the basis of student and faculty nominations, student ratings, teaching and scholarly excellence, and peer evaluation.
I was also recognized with the 2022 Antonia Syson Cornerstone Teaching Award given by Purdue's College of Liberal Arts. This award is chosen by the Cornerstone Steering Committee and recognizes excellence in instruction, guidance, creativity, and concern for students.