Amiya's teaching experiences range from developing an online course in gobal child protection to teaching global health in Harvard College to being involved with courses for masters and doctoral students at the Harvard T.H.Chan School of Public Health on measuring health inequalities and on theories of disease distribution. These teaching opportunities have taught Amiya to review and develop syllabi, guest lecture, led section, develop and grade papers and problem sets, and create inclusive classroom environments.

Amiya has been awarded the Harvard University Bok Center Certificate of Distinction four times for teaching in spring 2015, fall 2015, fall 2016, and fall 2017.

HarvardX | Course Designer and Content Developer

  • Child Protection: Children's Rights in Theory and Practice (2019)
    Jacqueline Bhabha

Harvard College | Teaching Fellow

  • Case Studies in Global Health: Biosocial Perspectives (Fall 2017) 
    Drs. Paul Farmer, Arthur Kleinman, Anne Becker, Salmaan Keshavjee
  • The Toll of Infection: Understanding Disease in Scientific, Social, and Cultural Contexts (Fall 2016, 2015) 
    Drs. Kenneth McIntosh, Don Goldmann
  • Global Health Challenges: Complexities of Evidence-Based Policy (Spring 2015) 
    Dr. Susanne Goldie 

Harvard T.H.Chan School of Public Health | Teaching Assisstant 

  • Measuring and Reporting Health Disparities (Spring 2018) 
    Dr. Jarvis Chen
  • Paradigms of Social Theory (Spring 2017) 
    Dr. Jason Silverstein
  • Theories of Disease Distribution and Health Inequities: History, Politics and Public Health (Fall 2017, 2016, 2015) 
    Dr. Nancy Krieger
  • Child Protection from Theory to Practice (Spring 2015) 
    Jacqueline Bhabha
  • Human Rights Dilemmas in Child Protection (Fall 2014) 
    Jacqueline Bhabha