Teaching Experience

As Sole Instructor, University of Michigan

  • Phil 356: Bioethics – Morality for Mortals, Summer 2019. Syllabus.

As Graduate Student Instructor (GSI), University of Michigan. Responsibilities included: leading discussion sections, assessments (all grading of essays, homework, classwork, participation), and weekly office hours 

  • Phil 232: Problems of Philosophy (Sarah Moss), Fall 2016 

  • Phil 345: Philosophy of Language and Mind (Eric Lormand), Winter 2017

  • Phil 361: Ethics (Peter Railton), Fall 2017

Supplemental Pedagogy Experience

Philosophy Department Graduate Teaching Mentor, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Michigan. Fall 2019 — Nominated by the Department of Philosophy’s Graduate Student Instructor Training and Evaluation Committee to serve as a mentor for fellow GSIs in the philosophy department. Responsibilities include: discussing teaching issues with Philosophy GSIs, holding “office hours” for philosophy GSIs, observing Philosophy GSI’s class sessions, and delivering feedback and advice to the GSI based on observations.

Hamilton College Summer Program in Philosophy, Teaching Fellow, Clinton, New York, Summer 2019. Teaching assistant to Ann J. Cahill (Elon University) for a course titled “Aftermath and Backlash: Challenging Conversations about Race and Gender-based Violence”. This course emphasizes a metacognitive approach to cultivating discussion skills. You can learn more about it here.

Michigan High School Ethics Bowl, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Michigan. High school ethics coach and volunteer, September 2015-Present 

American Association of Philosophy Teachers Teaching and Learning Workshop of Greater Boston, Participant, Salem, MA., Winter 2017