Teaching

I love teaching statistics. I have been the instructor for a workshop on statistical modeling in R for Ph.D. students across disciplines, as well as the TA for the graduate statistics sequence in sociology.

In addition, I enjoy helping undergraduate students with the research and writing for their theses. I have served twice as the teaching assistant for the honors thesis seminar at the Center for Legal Studies.

Lecturer

  • “Legal Sociology”, Universidad de los Andes, Law School (2017)

Instructor

  • “Statistical Modeling in R”, Research Computing Services, Northwestern University (2019 Summer Data Science Workshops)

Teaching Assistant

  • Statistical Analysis of Social Data: Applied Regression Methods II, Sociology Department, Northwestern University (Prof. Julia Behrman, 2020 Spring)
  • Statistical Analysis of Social Data: Applied Regression Methods I, Sociology Department, Northwestern University (Prof. Christine Percheski, 2020 Winter)
  • Introduction to Statistics and Statistical Software, Sociology Department, Northwestern University (Prof. Jean Clipperton, 2019 Fall)
  • Math Camp for incoming graduate students, Sociology Department, Northwestern University (Prof. Jean Clipperton, 2019 Summer)
  • “Advanced Research Seminar”, Center for Legal Studies, Northwestern University (Prof. Joanna Grisinger, 2019 Winter and 2018 Fall)

For a full list of teaching experiences, see my CV.