Teaching

University of Wisconsin-Green Bay (Assistant Professor)

Democracy and Justice Studies 101: Introduction to Democracy and Justice Studies
Fall 2021, Spring 2022, Fall 2022

Democracy and Justice Studies 198: First Year Seminar: Birth of the Police
Fall 2021, Spring 2022, Fall 2022

Democracy and Justice Studies 363: Topics: Global Politics of Policing
Spring 2022

Political Science 100: Global Politics and Society
Fall 2021, Spring 2022, Summer 2022, Fall 2022

Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality Studies 201: Introduction to LGBTQ Studies
Fall 2022


Odyssey Beyond Bars (Tutor)

English 100
Columbia Correctional Institution, Spring 2022; Green Bay Correctional Institution, Fall 2022


University of Wisconsin-Madison (Teaching Assistant)

Political Science/International Studies 439: The Comparative Study of Genocide
Teaching Assistant for Scott Straus, Spring 2020

History 277: Africa: An Introductory Survey
Teaching Assistant for Neil Kodesh, Fall 2019

International Studies 523: Culture and the Global Workplace
Teaching Assistant for Online Course of International Internships Program, Summer 2019

African Cultural Studies 277: Africa: An Introductory Survey
Teaching Assistant for Matthew Brown, Spring 2019

Political Science 160: Introduction to Political Theory
Head Teaching Assistant for Daniel Kapust, Fall 2018


Select Awards and Honors

Student Nominated Teaching Recognition
Recognizes faculty who have impacted students’ learning and growth.
University of Wisconsin-Green Bay, AY 2021-2022

Continuity of Instruction Award, College of Letters & Sciences
Recognizes L&S graduate students who provided exceptional continuity of instruction support to their department and delivered exceptional student experience in a remote instructional setting during the COVID-19 pandemic.
University of Wisconsin-Madison, 2020


Professional Development

Teacher Peer Mentoring Pilot Program
University Committee and the Center for the Advancement of Teaching and Learning, University of Wisconsin-Green Bay, AY 2022-23

Open Education Resources (OER) Pilot Program
Participated in the pilot program to modify and create open educational resources for Political Science 100
University of Wisconsin-Green Bay, AY 2022-2023

The Microsoft Digital Literacy Skills Program
Leveraged the Microsoft Skills Initiative and the LinkedIn Learning platform to teach digital and workforce skills on inclusive belonging in Political Science 100
Division of Continuing Education and Community Engagement, University of Wisconsin-Green Bay, Summer and Fall 2022

Teaching with Technology Basecamp” and “Distance Education Course Design Trail Guide
Center for the Advancement of Teaching and Learning, University of Wisconsin-Green Bay, Fall 2021 and Spring 2022

Inside-Out Prison Exchange Program Training Institute
Temple University (virtual), July 11-16, 2021 (40+ hours) (credential details)

The Discussion Project Training
Wisconsin Center for Education Research, University of Wisconsin-Madison (virtual), June 1-10, 2021 (14 hours)

“Abolitionist Restorative Justice Workshop,” Two-part intensive training
Training to build solidarity within and across communities of color through engaging in liberated narratives, identifying and rejecting complicity in white supremacist culture, and collectively manifesting justice
Transformative Action Network, July-August 2020 (8 hours)

“Wiki Scholar Training,” Six-week immersive course
Course on how to research and write Wikipedia articles on state responses to the COVID-19 pandemic
Wiki Education, June-July 2020

“Remote Readiness,” Five-part webinar for transitioning to online instruction
Access and Accessibility, Assessment and Activities, Communication and Collaboration, Content and Sharing, Course Outcomes and Storyboarding
University of Wisconsin-Madison, March 2020 (7.5 hours)

“Indigenous Political Science: Opportunities for Innovation and Inclusion” Pre-Conference Short Course
American Political Science Association Annual Meeting, August 2019 (4 hours)