I find great joy in teaching and mentoring. It has been my pleasure to teach many courses over the last several years and to build relationships with both undergraduates and graduate students.
2019 Teaching Assistant Excellence Award, UC San Diego Sociology
2018-19 Graduate Writing Consultant, UC San Diego
2017-2018 Associate In: Field Methods, UC San Diego Sociology
2016-2017 Senior Teaching Assistant
2015-2016 Associate In: Economy and Society, UC San Diego
I have invested in learning the craft of teaching by participating in classes at the Teaching and Learning Commons at UC San Diego, including the Introduction to College Teaching and the Summer Graduate Teaching Scholars Program.
INSTRUCTOR OF RECORD:
Soc 121: Economy and Society
Soc 104: Field Methods
100% of those who evaluated me recommended me as an instructor
OTHER TEACHING EXPERIENCE:
Soc 2: The Study of Society (intro course)
Soc 10: American Society: Social Structure and Culture in the U.S.
Soc 60: The Practice of Social Research
Soc 119: Sociology of Sexuality and Sexual Identities
Soc 120: Sociology of Drugs
Soc 125: Sociology of Immigration
Soc136E and F: Sociology of Mental Illness, historical and contemporary
Soc 137: Sociology of Food
Soc138: Genetics and Society
Soc140: Sociology of Law
Soc150: Madness and the Movies
ADDITIONAL PEDAGOGICAL EMPLOYMENT AND SERVICE:
Teaching Scholars Program mentor to other graduate students in the role of Instructor of Record.
Hired onto a small team organized by UC San Diego's Teaching and Learning Commons and the UC San Diego Graduate Division to develop a university wide Teaching Assistant/Instructional Assistant handbook.
Hired by the Department of Sociology to serve as 2016-2017 Senior/Head Teaching Assistant to train, support, and facilitate pedagogy workshops for educators.
Hired by the Teaching and Learning Commons and the Department of Sociology as the 2018-2019 Writing Consultant for graduate students across UC San Diego.
Participated in Sociology's flagship Research Apprentice Program. As one of a handful of participating faculty and graduate students, I interviewed and selected an undergraduate to mentor via research apprenticeship for two quarters.
economic sociology, culture, work & occupations, medical sociology, organizations, social psychology, gender, race and ethnicity, religion, inequalities, stratification, social justice, public sociology, social welfare, methods, capstone/honors, pedagogy.