Teaching Portfolio

This document includes my statement of teaching philosophy, experiences and contributions to fostering diversity, a summary of student evaluations I have received, sample syllabi and lesson plans.

Sample Activities

The following are two activities I have designed for my courses 'Modern World Governments' and 'Introduction to Environmental Politics'. Faculty may use / adapt them free of charge with proper credit and recognition of my copyright in their use.

Trade and Economic Development

Environmental Justice Simulation

Courses As Instructor-of-Record 

Term Course Name Enrolled   Supporting Documents

Spring 2016 Modern World Governments 44 Syllabus Evaluations Comments
Winter 2016 Introduction to Environmental Politics 43 Syllabus Evaluations Comments
Spring 2015 Introduction to Environmental Politics 16   Evaluations Comments

Courses As Teaching Assistant With Discussion Sections 

Term  Course Name Enrolled
Supporting Documents

Winter 2014 Introduction to Environmental Politics 32 Evaluations Comments
Fall 2013 Introduction to International Relations 42 Evaluations #1
Evaluations #2 Comments
Spring 2013 Introduction to International Relations 51 Evaluations #1  Evaluations #2
Winter 2013  Introduction to Comparative Politics  50 Evaluations  Comments
Fall 2012  Introduction to Environmental Politics  25 Evaluations #1  Evaluations #2  
Spring 2012  Introduction to International Relations  59 Evaluations #1  Evaluations #2 Comments 
Fall 2011  Introduction to Comparative Politics  27 Evaluations     

Courses as Teaching Assistant Without Discussion Sections

Term Course Name
Winter 2015 Film and Politics
Fall 2014 International Organization
Spring 2014  International Environmental Politics
Winter 2012  U.S. Foreign Politics