Assistant Professor of Politics and Public Affairs
- WWS 539: Urban Politics and Policymaking (Spring 2020, Spring 2019)
- POL 336: State Politics and American Federalism (Fall 2019)
- American Urban Politics, Prof. Carlos Vargas-Ramos (Spring 2017)
- Quantitative Political Research, Prof. Mark Lindeman (Fall 2016)
- The American Congress, Prof. Gregory Wawro (Fall 2015)
- Labor and American Politics, Prof. Dorian Warren (Fall 2014)
- American Urban Politics, Prof. Carlos Vargas-Ramos (Spring 2014)
- Introduction to American Politics, Prof. Justin Phillips (Fall 2013)
- State Politics, Prof. Justin Phillips (Spring 2013)
- Introduction to American Politics, Prof. Justin Phillips (Fall 2012)
Empirical Reasoning Center, Barnard College
In addition to my work as a Teaching Fellow, I served as a Graduate Assistant in the Empirical Reasoning Center at Barnard College. An initiative supported by a generous grant from the Mellon Foundation, the Empirical Reasoning Center is designed to provide support for empirical reasoning across the curriculum. Available to students and faculty of Barnard College and the broader Columbia University community, the ERC provides training and technical assistance, individual guidance, and classroom support.
As a Graduate Assistant, I consulted with students on a wide variety of questions and projects involving data—from basic data analysis for homework assignments to assembling datasets and analyzing data for thesis projects. Much of this work involved assistance with statistical software applications, such as R or Stata. I also worked with the ERC’s undergraduate fellows to analyze data on educational outcomes, and I taught workshops on R, LaTeX, Stata, and Python. Follow the link for details on workshops and teaching materials I have developed or for more information about the ERC.