Teaching

Quantitative Methods I (National Security and Diplomacy Track)
(BUSH 631, visiting assistant professor at Texas A&M University, Fall and Spring 2017)

Authoritarianism
(BUSH 689, visiting assistant professor at Texas A&M University, Spring 2017)

Religion and Politics
(INTA 689, visiting assistant professor at Texas A&M University, Spring and Fall 2017)

Methods I for Security and Foreign Policy
(BUSH 631, visiting lecturer/assistant professor at Texas A&M University, Spring and Fall 2016, Spring 2017)

Contemporary Civil Wars
(INTA 648, visiting lecturer at Texas A&M University, Fall 2015)

Transnational Security Issues
(INTA 659, visiting lecturer at Texas A&M University, Fall 2015)

Approaches to International Security
(GLBL 275, teaching fellow for Professor Matthew Kocher at Yale University, Fall 2014-Spring 2015)

Civil Wars and Ethnic Violence
(PL SC 475, adjunct professor at Brigham Young University, Summer 2013)

Advanced Quantitative Political Methodology
(PL SC 328, teaching assistant for Professor Jay Goodliffe at Brigham Young University, Fall 2007-Winter 2008)