Teaching

Wichita State University, Wichita, KS

Instructor, Communication 660/860 – Seminar in Race, Rhetoric and Media, Fall 2017

University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, NC

Courses Taught:

Communication 140, Introduction to Media Studies and Criticism

Communication 171, Argumentation and Debate

Courses Assisted:

Communication 113, Public Speaking (Christian Lundberg)

Communication 140, Intro to Media Studies and Criticism (Neal Thomas)

Communication 170, Think, Speak, Argue (Christian Lundberg), Summer 2015, UNC’s Chancellors Science Scholars, program for incoming prospective PHD STEM students from underserved groups

Communication 312, Persuasion (Michael Waltman)

Communication 170, Rhetoric & Public Issues (V. William Balthrop)

Duke Talent Identification Program (Duke TIP)

Instructor, “Choosing Sides: Debate and Persuasion,” 7th and 8th grade Gifted and Talented program, University of Kansas Campus, Lawrence, KS, June 2014

Instructor, “Choosing Sides: Debate and Persuasion,” 7th and 8th grade Gifted and Talented program, Appalachian State University Campus, Boone, NC, July 2014

Curriculum Resource Guide Developer, “That’s Debatable: Debate and Persuasion,” Spring 2016

George Mason University, Fairfax, VA

Courses Taught:

Communication 260, Basic Debate Theory & Practice

Communication 260, Basic Debate Theory & Practice

Communication 362, Argument and Public Policy

Baylor University, Waco, TX

GEAR UP Waco, Communicating STEM, project coordinator, teacher, August 2009-May 2011

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