I started teaching statistics and international relations during my Ph.D., while still learning these topics and methods myself. My teaching portfolio widened throughout the years:

Sustainability

  • Survey Methods, Quantitative Methods, Human Rights seminar (external lecturer), Master in Sustainable Leadership, Cambridge Institute for Sustainable Leadership, University of Cambridge, 2017-present

International Relations

  • The Politics of Human Rights (module convenor), third-year undergraduate, lectures & seminars, University of Nottingham, 2018-2020
  • Understanding Global Politics, first-year undergraduate, lectures & seminars, University of Nottingham, 2016-2020
  • Problems in Global Politics, first-year undergraduate, lectures & seminars, University of Nottingham, 2016/17
  • International Relations I: The Foundations of International Society, first-year undergraduate, small-group supervisions, University of Cambridge, 2010–2013

Methods Courses

  • Quantitative Methods for Social Science 1 (module convenor), first-year undergraduate, lectures & computer labs, University of Nottingham, 2018/19
  • Intermediate Quantitative Analysis (module convenor), graduate-level students, University of Nottingham, 2016/17
  • Replication Workshop (module convenor), graduate-level students, lectures & computer labs, University of Cambridge, 2013-2016
  • Advanced Handling of Missing Data (module convenor), graduate-level students, lectures & computer labs, University of Cambridge, 2016
  • Foundations in Applied Statistics (module convenor), graduate-level, lectures & computer labs, University of Cambridge, 2014-2016
  • Bivariate Association (module convenor), graduate-level, lectures & computer labs, University of Cambridge, 2012-2016
  • Regression (module convenor), graduate-level, lectures & computer labs, University of Cambridge, 2012/13
  • Introduction to R Sofware (module convenor), graduate-level, computer labs, 2012-2014