I am committed to teaching, and have sought out a wide variety of teaching experiences while pursuing my PhD. Currently I am an Assistant Professor of Political Science at Indiana University East where I am teaching Introduction to Political Theory (Y105) , Introduction to Comparative Politics  (Y107) and International Organizations (Y380).  For the spring semester I will be teaching Introduction to Comparative Politics  (Y107), Introduction to International Relations (Y109) and Classical Political Thought (Y381).

Previous experience teaching independently includes a semester at IUPUI teaching Introduction to Comparative Politics (Y217).

As an Associate Instructor, I have been involved in the teaching of the following classes:

  • Contemporary Politics in the Middle East
  • Modern Political Theory
  • Theories of Crime and Deviance
  • The Death Penalty in America

I also served two years as Instructor of Record for EDUC-X-101: Reading Strategies for Finite Mathematics, through the Student Academic Center at Indiana University