In all my teaching experiences, I prioritize straight-forward communication, passionate engagement with new material, and peer-to-peer learning. Towards these goals, I tap into organizational and multi-tasking skills gained as an administrator to design intuitive syllabi and logical lectures. See the links below for sample syllabi and lectures.
- Qualitative Methods syllabus, Sociology109, Westmont College, Montecito, California.
- Practicum Assignment 1–Interviews, from Qualitative Methods course, Sociology109, Westmont College, Montecito, California.
- “Eating a Global Environment: Critical Perspectives on Agrofoods Systems.” University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois. 2017.
- Agricultural globalization guest lecture slides, presented at Wheaton College, UW-Madison multiple times during 2015-2017.
- Cultural Sociology graduate seminar syllabus, co-designed with Kerem Morgul and Todd Flournoy, UW-Madison, 2015.
- Section Syllabus, “Survey of Sociology” writing-intensive course , University of Wisconsin-Madison, 2015.
- “Reading like a sociologist” lecture, prepared for “Survey of Sociology,” University of Wisconsin-Madison, 2015.
- Directed study syllabus for undergrad research assistants on culture and farmland transfer, University of Wisconsin-Madison, 2013.
- “Nature, Faith, and Politics” Section Syllabus, University of Wisconsin-Madison, 2012.