I have designed and taught Introduction to International Relations, Global Governance, and Political Economy (with an emphasis on global inequality) at Humboldt State.

Previously, I was also the primary instructor for Contemporary Global Crises [Syllabus], Human Rights and Global Justice, and U.S. Crisis Decision-Making [Syllabus].  

Outside the classroom, I founded and direct the Global Politics Research Fellowship, which is an undergraduate collaborative research group at Humboldt State. I also advise the Politics Club.

I completed teaching certificates from the Searle Center for Advanced Learning and Teaching and the Department of Political Science at Northwestern University.

I was awarded the 2015 R. Barry Farrell Teaching Assistant Award for undergraduate teaching by the Northwestern Political Science department and the 2016 Course Design award from the Searle Center for Advanced Learning & Teaching.