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Social inequalities are often produced and reinforced in educational settings. I believe it is my job as an educator to help disrupt the cycle of inequality in my classroom. My teaching philosophy is centered on three main goals: 1) support students to build a toolset from sociological theories and research methods that can help them understand and navigate the social world; 2) create classrooms inclusive of all students; and 3) build rapport in mentoring.

Teaching Experience
  • Lab Instructor: Introduction to Social Research Methods (University of Texas at Austin)

  • Teaching Assistant: Deviant Behavior & Social Control (University of Texas at Austin)

  • Guest Lecturer: Aging in Society (University of Texas at San Antonio)


Teaching Training
  • Advanced Teaching Certificate (University of Texas at Austin Faculty Innovation Center)

  • Supervised Teaching (University of Texas at Austin Graduate Course)


Courses Designed
  • Introduction to Social Research Methods

  • Social Inequalities and Health

  • Social Demography

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