Teaching

Instructor of Record

Physiology of Love, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

  • Responsible for all aspects of an undergraduate seminar course, including syllabus design, reading selection, assignment design and grading.

Graduate Student Instructor

Introduction to Psychology as a Natural Science, University of Michigan

  • Lead two 2-hour discussion sections of 20 students each spanning biological, cognitive, personality, clinical, and social psychology.

Introduction to Developmental Psychology, University of Michigan

  • Lead three 1-hour discussion sections of 25 students each on lifespan development. Students from this course nominated me for a teaching award in 2012 and 2013.

Research Methods in Psychology, University of Michigan

  • Lead two 1.5 hour weekly laboratory sections of 20 students each, taught students how to conduct an independent research project using survey or experimental methods, taught descriptive and inferential statistics using SPSS, taught scientific writing. Students from this course nominated me for a teaching award in 2014.

Advanced Lab in Developmental Psychology

  • Lead one 1.5 hour weekly laboratory section of 20 students, taught     students how to conduct research using observational and survey methods, scientific writing. Delivered a lecture to 60 students on inferential statistics.

Teaching Awards

Nominated in 2012, 2013, and 2014 for Rackham’s Outstanding Graduate Student Instructor Award, University of Michigan.