Elliott School of International Affairs, George Washington University
Research Instructor & Director
Sole instructor of weekly year-long senior thesis course on research methods. Directed competitive undergraduate research program. Assisted students with IRB application process, international fieldwork, writing, and publication.
Department of Political Science, George Washington University
- Course: Introduction to Comparative Politics, Lead Instructor: Dr. Chris Mitchell
Independently led two weekly discussion sections to cover themes and readings. Evaluated the written work of 40 students in two discussion sections. Designed and led workshops for students to read and comment on peers’ drafts. Lectured to 200 students on the contemporary history and political dynamics of the Middle East.
Teaching Assistant Specialized in Writing Pedagogy
- Course: Comparative Politics of the Middle East, Lead Instructor: Dr. Nathan Brown
- Course: International Security Politics, Lead Instructor: Dr. Eric Grynaviski
Assisted in assignment design to facilitate best practices of writing pedagogy, including scaffolded writing, multiple graded drafts, and peer review; lectured on the conventions of writing for political science. Designed and implemented workshops on concepts of structure, argumentation, and academic citation. Graded written work and exams
Department Coordinator for Writing Pedagogy
Trained professors in writing pedagogy for political science Evaluated existing course offerings to ensure compliance with program requirements Designed and led trainings in writing pedagogy for professors and graduate teaching assistants
Over 100 hours training in writing pedagogy from the Writing in the Discipline (WID) program at George Washington University.