"If you can't explain it simply, you don't understand it well enough" ~ Einstein
Teaching has been an important part of my experience as a graduate student. I won the Excellence in Teaching Award in recognition of my teaching at Cornell. I have designed two undergraduate courses: Introduction to Sociology and Introduction to Economic Sociology. The focus in the Introduction to Sociology course was on introducing students to central sociological concepts and overviewing the substantive areas of sociological research. In Introduction to Economic Sociology, I emphasized the important theoretical and empirical contributions to understanding economic phenomena by economic sociology and discussing these contributions in relation to current economic events.
Designing and teaching these courses both broadened and deepened my knowledge of the field of sociology.
Introduction to Economic Sociology, Spring 2016
Introduction to Sociology, Summer 2015
Introduction to Communications, Communications Department, Fall 2015
Negotiation Essentials, Cornell Johnson School, Spring 2015
Drugs and Society, Sociology Department, Spring 2012 / Fall 2015
Graduate Student Seminar: Statistics for Sociological Research, Sociology Department, Fall 2014
Management and Leadership in Organizations, Cornell Johnson School, Spring 2014
Introduction to Sociology, Sociology Department, Fall 2012
Classical Theory, Sociology Department, Fall 2011
Introduction to Economic Sociology, Sociology Department, Fall 2011