Visiting Assistant Professor, 2015

Department of PhysicsUniversity of Louisiana Lafayette
Phys 207 (Sections 4 & 5): Algebra-based introductory physics: Mechanics, Wave concepts, Thermodynamics for non-science majors.
Phys 215: Laboratory experiments covering mechanics, waves, simple harmonic motion, sound, and thermodynamics.

Adjunct Lecturer , Spring 2010

Department of Physics and AstronomyUniversity of Missouri St. Louis
Astron1012: The Violent Universe and New Astronomy. Introductory Astronomy for non-science majors.

Adjunct Faculty, Summer 2008, 2009, and 2010

University College, Washington University in St. Louis
EPSc 171a: The Solar System. A survey of the planetary bodies within our Solar System for non-science majors.

Teaching assistant

Department of Earth & Planetary Sciences, Washington University
Fall 2004: EPSc 171, The Solar System
Spring 2005: EPSc 118, Geology of the National Parks

Department of Geological Sciences, Ohio University (2001-2003)
Introductory geology laboratory courses  and field-trips for geology and non-geology majors

Department of Physics and Astronomy, Ohio University (1999-2002)
Physics laboratory courses for physics, engineering, life science, education and non-science majors; recitation sessions for the same

Guest lectures in graduate and undergraduate classes

November 2009: “Presolar grains in meteorites” for EPSc 571: Meteorites, Washington University
December 2007, 2008: “NanoSIMS Ion optics” for EPSc 544: Methods of Geochemistry, Washington University
February 2005: “Presolar grains in meteorites” for EPSc 171: The Solar System, Washington University

Teaching Workshops

Moving FORWARD in Space Workshop for Early Career Planetary Faculty (March 17, 2013), Sponsored by the National Science Foundation (via the FORWARD to Professorship Program) Woodlands, Texas.
“Strategies for Effective Classroom Management” (November 16, 2009), The Teaching Center, Washington University in St. Louis
“Incorporating Active Learning” (October 21, 2009), Co-sponsored by the Graduate Student Senate and The Teaching Center, Washington University in St. Louis