Teaching

I approach interdisciplinary education and experiential learning as key tools for working toward more just societies and environments. I pursue these values through the following courses:

Allegheny College (Assistant Professor)

  • Academic Discourse I: Environmental Storytelling (FS 101*15)
  • Introduction to Environmental Science (ENVSC 110)
  • Environmental Problem Analysis (FSENV 201)
  • Environmental Research Methods (ENVSC 210, including co-taught)
  • Economic Growth and the Environment (ENVSC 390, co-taught)
  • Extractive Environments (ENVSC 393)
  • Political Ecologies (ENVSC 490) — NEW OFFERING FOR SPRING 2023!
  • ESS Junior Seminar (ENVSC 585)
  • ESS Senior Seminar (ENVSC 600/610)
  • Experiential Learning Seminar: Sustainability in Germany (EXL 594, co-taught)

Syracuse University (Graduate Instructor of Record)

  • Global Community (MAX 132)
  • World Urban Geography (GEO 105)
  • Mapping Today (GEO 108)
  • World Cultures (GEO 272)

Full teaching portfolio, including comprehensive student evaluations, available upon request.

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