Teaching Experience

Assistant Professor of Liberal Studies, Grand Valley State University, August 2017-present
Graduate Teaching Instructor of Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality Studies, The Ohio State University, August 2012-August 2016
Career Development Lecturer, Eastern Washington University, March 2010-June 2012
Women’s & Gender Studies Lecturer, Eastern Washington University September, 2011-December 2011
Women’s Studies Teacher’s Assistant, Gonzaga University, January 2002-June 2003

2018-2019 Courses

Spring/Summer 2018

  • LIB 201 – Diversity in the United States (online, 1st session)

Fall 2018

  • ITC 100 – Introduction to Intercultural Communication, 2 sections
  • LIB 201 – Diversity in the United States (hybrid)

Winter 2019

  • LIB 201 – Diversity in the United States (hybrid)
  • LIB 301 – Research Methods
  • DS 340 – Identity and Representation in Digital Culture

Courses Taught

Grand Valley State University

  • ITC 100 – Introduction to Intercultural Competence (Winter 2018)
  • LIB 201 (conventional) – Diversity in the United States (Fall 2017)
  • LIB 325 – LGBT Identities (Fall 2017)

Ohio State University

  • WGSS 1110 – Gender, Sex, & Power; Instructor of Record (Spring 2013), Recitation Leader (Autumn 2012)
  • WGSS 2282 – Introduction to Queer Studies; Instructor of Record (Autumn 2013, Autumn 2015, Spring 2016)
  • WGSS 2350 – Women and Violence; Instructor of Record (Autumn 2014)
  • WGSS 2367.01 – Reading U.S. Women Writers: Text and Context; Instructor of Record (Spring 2014; Summer 2016)
  • WGSS 2367.04 – Reading Black Women Writers: Text and Context; Instructor of Record (Summer 2014; Spring 2015; Summer 2015)

Eastern Washington University

  • WOMS 310 – Issues in Feminism: Feminist Praxis; Lecturer (Autumn 2011)
  • CRSV 201 – Career Development; Lecturer (Spring 2010, Winter 2011, Spring 2011, Winter 2012, Spring 2012)

Gonzaga University

  • WGST 401 – Feminist Theory; Teaching Assistant (Spring 2002)
  • WGST 499 – Women’s Studies Capstone: Feminist Philosophy/Spirituality; Teaching Assistant (Spring 2003)
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