Teaching in an age of information surplus gives me the opportunity to use the time and space in the classroom to focus on developing critical analysis skills and a sociological imagination among my students.

Overall, in my teaching instruction and pedagogy, I help students view the world they occupy locally and globally by utilizing a sociological lens.

I taught the undergraduate course  Sociology of Developing Nations for four semesters at Purdue University. At Western Carolina University, I’ve taught Sociology of Gender, Global Society, Ethnographic Research Methods, Environmental Sociology, and Human Society.