- Gov 1539: Politics of the American Presidency
- 17.20: Introduction to American Politics
- Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Spring 2019.
- Teaching Fellow, with Professor Devin Caughey.
- An introduction to the study of American politics and the discipline of political science. Covers a wide range of topics, including the ideological and constitutional foundations of American politics, its institutional structures including Congress and the presidency, the political behavior of Americans, and contemporary debates on issues like campaign finance and partisan polarization.
- Gov 50: Data
- Harvard University, Fall 2020
- Head Teaching Fellow
- This course covers the fundamentals of data and statistical inference using R, including data collection, visualization (primarily with tools like tidyverse and Shiny), the Rubin Causal Model, and regression modeling.
- Links for teaching materials and course resources (class scripts, problem sets, etc.).
- POL 245: Visualizing Data
- Princeton University, Summer 2016, 2017, 2018.
- Offered as part of the Freshman Scholars Institute.
- Course Fellow, with Professor Kosuke Imai and Will Lowe .
- An introduction to quantitative social science using R. Serves as a first course in programming, basic statistics, data visualization, and regression.
Other Teaching Materials
- R Package: Imai's Quantitative Social Science
- GOV 1021: Spatial Models of Social Science
- Harvard University, Fall 2020 (Instructor: Jill Kelly).
- I helped to create the teaching materials for a course on airborne and satellite remote sensing (primarily with ArcGIS).