University of Pennsylvania
Guest Lecture, HSSC 319: Science in Context. “The History of Atmospheric Science and Climate Change.” January 21st, 2009.
Guest Lecture, HSOC 010: Health and Societies: Global Perspectives. “Climate Change and Global Health,” February 28th, 2008.
Teaching Assistant, HSSC 110: Science and Literature. Spring 2006.
An upper level lecture built around 20 classic science fiction novels, from Jules Verne to Orson Scott Card. I crafted weekly lesson plans and led discussion sections. Worked with Mark Adams (History of Science).
Teaching Assistant and Communication Within the Curriculum Fellow, HSOC 010: Health and Societies: Global Perspectives. Fall 2005.
Introductory survey of social science and historical perspectives on international public health. I received special training in integrating and evaluating public speaking assignments. Worked with David Barnes (History of Medicine).
Guest Lecture, HSSC 212: War and Technical Knowledge. “Meteorology as a Military Science.” Fall Semester, 2005.
Writing Across The University Fellow, BIOL 003: What Every Lawyer, Businessperson, and Citizen Should Know about Molecular Biology. Spring 2004.
After training in how to teach expository writing, worked with students to improve the organization, structure and grammar of their drafts. Worked with Sally Zigmund (Biology).
Guest Lecture, ESCI 379: History of Meteorology. “Ways of Knowing the Weather,” April 13, 2005.
Teaching Assistant, ES 152: Conceptions of Property Rights from Locke to Deep Ecology. Spring 2001.
Assisted students with essay drafts and prepared teaching materials. Worked with Caroline Karp (Environmental Studies).
Santa Fe Institute
Teaching Assistant, "Working with Adaptive Agent Models," July 1998.
Helped middle and high school students and their science teachers learn to build computer simulations using the StarLogo programming environment.