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In addition to my current work teaching undergraduates at Rutgers-Camden, I have acted as an instructor or TF/TA for a variety of courses across other undergraduate institutions as well.

Courses Designed & Instructed

Fall 2016: "The American Presidency" (undergraduate). Rutgers-Camden.                                                          Enrollment: 11

Fall 2016: "Honors Seminar: Social Movements" (undergraduate).  Rutgers-Camden.                                    Enrollment: 6

Summer 2016: "Special Topics: Elections 2016." Rutgers-Camden.                                                                           Enrollment: 6

Spring 2016: "Research Design" (graduate-level).   Rutgers-Camden.                                                                        Enrollment: 6
    
Fall 2015: "The American Presidency." Rutgers-Camden.                                                                                           Enrollment: 26

Fall 2015: "Dystopian Government in Futuristic Fiction: What Makes for 'Bad Government' and Why?"
 Rutgers-Camden                                                                                                                                                                     Enrollment: 10

Spring 2015 & 2016: "Quantitative Methodology." Rutgers-Camden.                                                                       Enrollment: 22

Spring 2015: "Introduction to American Government."  Rutgers-Camden.                                                            Enrollment: 18

Fall 2014: "Politics of Minority Groups (race/ethnicity, gender, sexual orientation, and the Tea Party)."  Rutgers-Camden.                                                                                                                                                                                       Enrollment: 15

Fall 2014: "Political Methodology."  Rutgers-Camden.                                                                                                 Enrollment: 9

Spring 2013: "Women in U.S. Politics: Junior Seminar," Harvard University Department of Government 
                                                                                                                                                                                                        Enrollment: 12
Spring 2013: "Junior Tutorial: Gender, Women's Rugby, and Title IX" (Harvard University, Program in Studies of Women, Gender, and Sexuality; syllabus developed in conjunction with the student)
Enrollment: One-on-one tutorial
Spring 2011: "Junior Tutorial: Culturally-Sensitive Interventions in Sexual Health" (Harvard University, Program in Studies of Women, Gender, and Sexuality; syllabus developed in conjunction with the student)
Enrollment: One-on-one tutorial
Spring 2010: "Introduction to Women's Studies," Berea College
Enrollment: 35
Spring 2010: "Freshman Seminar: Identities: Race, Gender, Class, and Appalachia (Section 1)," Berea College
Enrollment: 14
Spring 2010: "Freshman Seminar: Identities: Race, Gender, Class, and Appalachia (Section 2)," Berea College
Enrollment: 12
Fall 2009: "Introduction to Women's Studies," Berea College
Enrollment: 32
Fall 2009: "Waves of Feminism in U.S. History," Berea College
Enrollment: 6
Fall 2009: "Freshman Seminar: What Futuristic Fiction Teaches Us About Ourselves Now," Berea College
Enrollment: 14

Courses as TF/TA 

Fall and Spring 2011-12: Coordinator/Head TF for Government 99, “Senior Theisis-Writers’ Tutorial” (Harvard University)
Enrollment: 50 (my section: 8)
Spring 2011: Sophomore Gov.Tutorial, "Democracy," under Professors Eric Nelson and Prerna Singh (Harvard University)
Enrollment: 7 per section (2 sections)
Fall 2010: "Is the U.S. Racial Order Undergoing Transformation?," under Professor Jennifer Hochschild  (Harvard University)
Enrollment: 12 per section (2 sections)
Spring 2009: Sophomore Gov. Tutorial, "Democracy," under Professors Nancy Rosenblum and Tim Colton (Harvard University)
Enrollment: 8 per section (2 sections)
Fall 2008: "Introduction to Public Policy," under Professors Andrea Campbell and Gary McKissick (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)
Enrollment: 7 per section (2 sections)
Spring 2006: "Intro to American Government," with Professor Michele Swers (Georgetown University)
Enrollment: 50 (no sections)
Spring 2006: "Women in Politics," with Professor Donna Brazile (Georgetown University)
Enrollment: 32 (no sections)
Fall 2005: "Intro to American Government," with Professor Clyde Wilcox (Georgetown University)
Enrollment: 60 (no sections)
Fall 2005: "Women in Politics," with Professor Donna Brazile (Georgetown University)
Enrollment: 30 (no sections)
Spring 2005: "Intro to American Government," with Professor Mark Rom (Georgetown University)
Enrollment: 20 per section (2 sections)
Fall 2004: "Intro to American Government," with Professor Steve Wayne (Georgetown University)
Enrollment: 24 per section (2 sections)

Other Teaching/Advising

Thesis advisor for seniors writing a thesis; advised one thesis in 2008-2009, one in 2010-11, two in 2011-12, one in 2012-13, and one in 2013-14 (students are from various programs: Government, Women’s Studies, and Social Studies).

Undergraduate Outreach Coordinator and one-on-one mentor, Center for American Political Studies (CAPS), 2011-12; responsible for overseeing "Mentoring in American Politics (MAPS)" program for undergraduates, recruitment of undergraduate researchers, research skills development, program administration, website maintenance, and various outreach tasks.

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