Teaching

OEB 242: Population Genetics - Harvard

Semester: 

Spring

Offered: 

2019

Served as a teaching fellow for the graduate level course “Population Genetics,” an introductory population genetics class, led by Prof. Dan Hartl and Prof. Michael Desai, which explores mathematical theories and experimental applications related to population genetics, and provides an overview of the history in ideas of the field. Responsible for teaching a weekly 1-hour section reviewing material covered on the problem sets. Additionally, responsible for grading and supplemental student instruction.   ...

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OEB 252: Coalescent Theory - Harvard

Semester: 

Fall

Offered: 

2018

Served as a teaching fellow for the graduate level course “Coalescent Theory,” a theoretical population genetics class, led by Prof. John Wakeley, which explores the mathematics and computation of ancestral inference in population genetics. Responsible for designing and teaching a weekly 1-hour section reviewing and expanding on material form lecture. Additionally, responsible for grading and supplemental student instruction.

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Harvard Summer Program in Oxford - Harvard

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Summer

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2017

Served as the sole teaching fellow during a 6-week intensive summer program in Oxford, England, led by Dr. Andrew Berry. The program consists of two courses: “BIOS S-112: Darwin and the Origins of Evolutionary Biology” and “BIOS S-113: Darwin and Contemporary Evolutionary Biology”, which focus on evolution from the perspective of history of science and teaches basic evolutionary concepts to Harvard undergraduates. Additionally, students travel to historically significant sites in the United Kingdom that relate...

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SLS12: Understanding Darwinism - Harvard

Semester: 

Fall

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2016

Member of the teaching staff for “Understanding Darwinism,” a general education course, led by Dr. Andrew Berry, that focuses on evolution from the perspective of history of science and teaches basic evolutionary concepts to Harvard undergraduates. Responsible for designing and teaching a weekly 90-minute section reviewing material from lecture and leading discussion about Darwin’s “On the Origin of Species.” Responsible for exam preparation, grading, and supplemental student instruction.

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General Chemistry - Vassar

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Fall

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2010

Served as a supplementary instruction leader for a general chemistry course, led by Prof. Teresa Garrett. Responsible for designing and leading supplementary class sessions that reviewed principles covered in class. Provided practice for students who required additional help, and designed practice tests to prepare students for examinations.

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