• In Spring 2018, I will teach an upper-division seminar, "Work, Technology, and Society," in the UC Berkeley Department of Sociology. The syllabus is available here.
  • I co-authored "Living Theory: Principles and Practices for Teaching Social Theory Ethnographically," published in Teaching Sociology in 2016.
  • In Summer 2016, I taught an intensive practicum in Qualitative Research Methods for advanced undergraduates and early-stage graduate students from across the U.S., U.K., and Turkey at UC Berkeley's Center for Ethnographic Research. I worked closely with students developing honors theses, research proposals, and other independent research projects. The syllabus is available here.
  • I was awarded a 2015-2016 Berkeley Connect in Sociology Fellowship. In this role, I worked individually and in small groups with undergraduates to help students from diverse backgrounds successfully navigate academic life at a large institution. This unique academic mentoring program is designed to combine the resources of a research university with the small, supportive, and inclusive communities characteristic of liberal arts colleges.
  • I completed a semester-long seminar and six workshops on pedagogy as part of UC Berkeley's Certificate in Teaching and Learning in Higher Education.
  • I have worked as a Teaching Assistant for the following courses at UC Berkeley:
    • Economy and Society (Neil Fligstein)
    • Sociological Theory II (Michael Burawoy)
    • Sociological Theory I (Michael Burawoy)
    • Experiential Learning: Organizational Context, Self-Reflection, and Professional Development (Joel Clark)
  • I have served as an Honors Thesis Mentor for UC Berkeley Sociology undergraduates in 2017-18 and 2014-15.