I have had the opportunity to design and teach a range of graduate and undergraduate courses in statistics, research methods, higher education and sociology. In my courses, I encourage students to use theory to develop and assess explanations for the relationships evident in the social world. I emphasize the critical evaluation of empirical research in all of my courses to provide students with the skills necessary to be critical consumers of research. In my graduate courses I also integrate the development of original research or applied projects so that students themselves can be good producers of social research. I received the William K. Bunis Graduate Student Teaching Award in recognition of the quality of my teaching from the School of Sociology at the University of Arizona in 2011.

Department of Education Policy and Leadership, Southern Methodist University

Academic Leadership (EPL 7381), Scheduled Spring 2017

Systematic Inquiry II (EPL 7351) with Dan Berebitsky, Fall 2016

Institute of Higher Education, University of Georgia

The Role of Nonprofits in the U.S. Higher Education Industry: Private Universities, Public University Foundations, and Policy Organizations (EDHI 9020), Fall 2014

Advanced Topics in Mixed Methods and Applied Research (EDHI 9020), Spring 2014

School of Sociology, University of Arizona

Complex Organizations (SOC 422), Spring 2011

Social Research Methods (SOC 275) , Summer 2009, Fall 2009, Spring 2010, Summer 2010, Summer 2011

Social Statistics (SOC 274) , Fall 2010

Introduction to Sociology (SOC 101) , Summer 2008