I have taught classes on political methodology, causal inference, and programming at the undergraduate, and PhD level. I received the Bok Center Distinction in Teaching for the methods teaching, and the Gov Department Peer Mentorship Award.
Teaching Fellow, Stat 186 / Gov 2002 Causal Inference, Fall 2019 (Prof. Kosuke Imai)
A graduate level course on causal inference. This is the third course in the Government Department's method training sequence.
Teaching Fellow, Gov 2003 Topics in Quantitative Methodology, Spring 2020 (Prof. Kosuke Imai and Prof. Santiago Olivella)
An introductory course on applied Bayesian statistics for social science. This is the fourth course in the Government Department's method training sequence.
Teaching Fellow, Gov 51 Data Analysis and Politics, Fall 2020 (Prof. Matthew Blackwell)
Teaching Fellow, DPI 610 / Gov 1003 Data Science for Politics, Spring 2021 (Prof. Benjamin Schneer)
University of Tokyo
Teaching Assistant, Causal Inference, Summer 2019 (Prof. Kosuke Imai)