Introduction to American Government, San Quentin Prison
GOV 97: Sophomore Tutorial in Government
In the fall of 2012, I served as a teaching fellow for two sections of GOV 97, the Sophomore Tutorial in Government, led by Professors Nancy Rosenblum and Daniel Ziblatt. The course examined democracy, including both its philosophical underpinnings and its empirical study. Sections were held in a two-hour seminar format for 6-8 students at a time. I received a Certificate of Distinction for my high student evaluations.
GOV 20: Foundations of Comparative Politics
In fall of 2011, I was a teaching fellow for two sections of GOV 20, Foundations of Comparative Politics, led by Steve Levitsky. I led weekly one-hour seminar format for two sections of 12-16 students each.