At Grinnell College, I taught an array of courses in political science, policy studies, and statistics. Below are sample syllabi for these courses, as well as teaching evaluations. Click the course number for its sample syllabus and the semester taught for a quantitative summary of its student evaluations.
- MAT 115 - Introduction to Statistics - Fall 2009 | Fall 2010 | Spring 2012
- POL 101 - Introduction to Political Science - Spring 2010 | Spring 2011 | Spring 2012
- POL 216 - Politics of Congress - Fall 2009 | Fall 2010
- POL 295 - State, Markets, & Societies - Fall 2009
- PST 220 - Foundations of Policy Analysis - Spring 2010 | Spring 2011 | Spring 2012
- POL 395 - Corporate Power & Democracy - Fall 2011
- PST 395A - Applied Policy Analysis (with Leslie Lyons) - Fall 2010
- PST 395B - Advanced Policy Research (with Leslie Lyons) - Spring 2011
- TUT 100 - Freshman Tutorial - Fall 2011
I have also served as the instructor of record for courses at DePaul University and the University of Wisconsin-Madison.
- DePaul: PSC 120 - Introduction to American Politics - Winter 2009
- UW-Madison: PS 408 - The American Presidency - Fall 2006
Finally, I served as a teaching assistant multiple times for Introduction to American Politics and the American Presidency at the University of Wisconsin-Madison and as a teaching assistant for Maximum Likelihood Estimation at the Inter-university Consortium for Political and Social Research's summer program at the University of Michigan.