This section of LDST 390 will be an applied Leadership Ethics class, which will include Ethics Bowl and other applied ethics experiential learning projects.
This class emphasizes reading comprehension and writing
In 2018 and 2019, I taught Critical Thinking with argument mapping.
Click here for more information about this method.
In 2015 I taught Critical Thinking as an Effective Altruism Class
Community Healthcare Leadership
I am an instructor for the VCHA Community Health Center Leadership program
Teaching Awards and Recognition
Distinguished Educator Award (2020)
UR Last Lecture (2017)
ODK UR Faculty Member of the Year (2017)
Student Awards Ceremony Recognition for Mentorship (2015, 2016, 2017, 2020)
Westhampton College Recognition for Mentorship (2x) (2017)
ODK Recognition for Teaching and Mentorship (2013, 2016)
Senior Banquet Invited Speaker (2015, 2017)
Scholar-Athlete Recognition for Mentorship (2015)
I regularly advise Jepson Senior Honors Thesis projects.
I am the advisor for the Jepson Science Leadership Scholars program.
I am an academic advisor for Jepson and PPEL students
Open Inquiry Toolkit
In 2020 I worked with a student researcher, Alec Greven, to create an "Open Inquiry Toolkit" for students who are interested in advocating for freedom of expression on their campuses.
Credentials and Training
WGSS Feminist Pedagogy Workshop
LGBTQIA Safe-Zone Certification
I coached the Jepson Ethics Bowl teams in 2013, 2014, 2015, and 2017, and 2019.
In addition to competing in their regions, three of these teams qualified for and participated in the APPE National Intercollegiate Ethics Bowl competition.
Jepson Philanthropy Institute
In 2015, I taught Critical Thinking through an analysis of Effective Altruism. As part of that class, students learned critical thinking skills by assessing four different charities and donating $500 per class to one charity. Both classes chose to donate to GiveDirectly. Students also completed their own charity evaluations.