Teaching

2019-2020 Courses:

Constitutional Law: Federalism & the Separation of Powers (fall 2019)
Introduction to Law and Politics (spring 2020)
Civil Rights & Liberties (spring 2020)

Previous Teaching Experience:

Fort Lewis College

Introduction to American Government
Introduction to Criminal Justice Systems
Constitutional Law: Civil Rights & Liberties
Constitutional Law: Federalism and the Separation of Powers
American Supreme Court
American Presidency
Survey of Western Political Thought
Senior Research Seminar

Cornell University

Resident Tutor, Cornell in Washington, Washington, D.C.:

  • American Studies Research Seminar (Fall 2013)
  • Politics and Policy: Theory, Research, and Practice (AY 2012-2013)

Instructor of Record, Department of Government, Cornell University:

  • American Law and Society, Freshman Writing Seminar, (Fall 2011)
  • The Constitution, Sex, Marriage, and Privacy, Freshman Writing Seminar, (Spring 2011)

Teaching Assistant, Department of Government, Cornell University:

  • U.S. Congress (Spring 2012)
  • Introduction to American Government (Summers 2011 and 2012)
  • Supreme Court and Crime (Fall 2010)
  • Constitutional Politics (Spring 2010)
  • American Political Thought Madison to Malcolm X (Fall 2009)

Potential Course Offerings:

  • Supreme Court and Crime
  • Law and Society
  • Judicial Politics/Process
  • Constitutional Law: Civil Rights & Liberties
  • Constitutional Law: Federalism and the Separation of Powers
  • Free Speech Theory
  • The Constitution, Sex, Marriage, and Privacy
  • American Political Development
  • American Political Thought
  • Research Design & Methods