Teaching

Instructor

Media Power in American Culture (Summer 2015).

Communication Research, Course Development and Pedagogy – PhD seminar (Winter 2015 & Spring 2016)

Teaching Assistant

Perspectives on American Journalism (Fall 2012)

Media Processes & Effects (Spring 2013)

Perspectives on American Journalism (Fall 2013)

Communication 1: Media, Culture, and Society (Winter 2014)

Communication Policy & Regulation (Spring 2014)

Perspectives on American Journalism (Fall 2014)

Media Processes & Effects (Spring 2015)

Perspectives on American Journalism (Fall 2015)

Communication Policy & Regulation (Winter 2016)

Media Ethics & Responsibility (Fall 2016)

Tutor

Tutor & Lead Area Coordinator for Stanford Summer Tutoring Program in Writing, Humanities, and Social Sciences (Summer 2016)          

Served as the sole coordinator for tutors in Writing, Humanities, and Social Science. Tutors supported Stanford Summer College students

Vassar College Writing Center, (2005-2007)

Tutored undergraduates in prewriting, drafting, and revision strategies for expository writing. Proofread professors’ academic papers as part of pilot program to support professors who were non-native English speakers

Invited Class Lectures

“Representation in News Media: A Critical Case Study” (Fall 2012). Perspectives on American Journalism. Stanford University.

“The Future of a Free and Independent Press” (Fall 2012). Perspectives on American Journalism. Stanford University.

“Cultural Studies of Communication” (Spring 2013). Media Processes & Effects. Stanford University.

“The Limits of Watchdog Journalism” (Fall 2014). Perspectives on American Journalism. Stanford University.

“Theories of Power & the Press” (Spring 2015). Media Processes & Effects. Stanford University.

“Journalism and the Demands of Justice” (Fall 2015). Perspectives on American Journalism. Stanford University.

“Journalism in a Multicultural World” (Summer 2016). Media and Identities in the Globalizing Era. Stanford University.