2017 Reader/Grader – “Problems of Racial and Ethnic Minorities,” introductory sociology course, University of Wisconsin – Madison. Evaluated short student essays. SOC134, with Jee Jee Kim, enrollment: 100.
2015-2016 Reader/Grader – “Problems of Racial and Ethnic Minorities,” introductory sociology course, University of Wisconsin – Madison. Evaluated short student essays. SOC134, with Taylan Acar, enrollment: 100.
2015 Lecturer – “Race and Ethnic Relations,” upper-level undergraduate sociology elective, University of Wisconsin – Madison. Instructor of record for a writing-intensive topics course overviewing the social construction and material consequences of race. Designed course. SOC646, enrollment: 20.
2015 Co-Instructor – “Directed Research Seminar,” independent research seminar on race, ethnicity, nation, and immigration in the United States, University of Wisconsin– Madison. Designed course to introduce undergraduate research assistants to the research process, including organization skills for research, concepts of sampling logic, reliability, and validity, coding and analyzing data, and writing. SOC320, with Esther HsuBorger, enrollment: 7.
2014 Teaching Fellow – “Communications-B Teaching Assistant Training,” a two-day workshop for instructors of university-wide writing intensive courses (known as Communications-B), Writing Center, University of Wisconsin – Madison. Designed and led sessions on planning and evaluating writing assignments.
2014 Curriculum Developer – “ETexts: Adopt, Remix, Create,” a library grant to make changes to course content (for “Ethnic Movements in the United States”), University of Wisconsin – Madison. Applied for and received grant to update and re-design course material for said course in coordination with course instructor, Pamela Oliver.
2013-2014 Teaching Assistant – “Ethnic Movements in the United States,” introductory sociology course that fulfilled both the ethnic studies and university communications requirements, University of Wisconsin – Madison. Prepared twice-weekly lectures for two small sections covering introductory lessons on race and ethnicity, social movements, critical thinking, argumentation, writing and oral presentation in coordination with three additional TAs. After two semesters of teaching and redesigning course (above), helped instructor coordinate among new TAs. SOC220, with Pamela Oliver, enrollment: 40/160.
2012 Teaching Assistant – “Human Sexuality,” introductory sociology course, University of Wisconsin – Madison. Prepared weekly lecture for five small sections, wrote exams, and designed exercises in coordination with two other TAs. SOC160, with John DeLamater, enrollment: 100/300.