Teaching

I have held a range of teaching and advising positions, including that of an instructor of record for an original interdisciplinary seminar entitled Modern War (Summer 2015). As a Teaching Assistant for Introduction to International Relations, I led six semester-long weekly discussion sections that were made up of 15-20 students. Student feedback on my teaching highlights clarity, organization, and ability to effectively synthesize course material. You can find the teaching evaluations of the courses I taught at the University of Notre Dame here.

Teaching Experience 

Instructor of Record

  • Modern War, Department of Political Science (cross-listed in Peace Studies), University of Notre Dame. Summer 2015.

Discussion Section Leader

  • Introduction to International Relations. Prof. Susan Rosato. University of Notre Dame.  Fall 2011
  • Introduction to International Relations. Prof. Susan Rosato. University of Notre Dame. Spring 2013
  • Introduction to International Relations. Prof. Susan Rosato. University of Notre Dame. Fall 2013

Teaching Assistant

  • Political Economy of Globalization. Prof. Susan Rosato. University of Notre Dame. Spring 2012
  • Political Economy of Globalization. Prof. Susan Rosato. University of Notre Dame. Fall 2012
  • On War. Prof. Sebastian Rosato. University of Notre Dame. Spring 2014.
  • The Sociology of the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict. Prof. Gordon Fellman. Brandeis University. Spring 2007
  • War and Possibilities of Peace. Prof. Gordon Fellman. Brandeis University. Spring 2005

Professional Development

  • Effective Lecture Strategies Workshop, Kaneb Center for Teaching and Learning. University of Notre Dame, Fall 2013
  • Helping Students in Distress Workshop, Kaneb Center for Teaching and Learning. University of Notre Dame, Spring 2014