I am interested in teaching courses that explore race and ethnicity, voting rights, state politics, and and institutions in the United States.
As the instructor of record, I have developed and taught upper-division courses on voting rights and elections in the U.S. This course is designed to introduce students to voting rights theory through case law, history, and research.I incorporate readings from legal, media, policy, and social science research in order to cover the development of voting rights from the Voting Rights Act (VRA) of 1965 up until today.
As a teaching apprentice, I have taught introduction level courses on Data Analysis, American Politics, International Affairs, and have taught upper-division courses on American Political Parties, American Suburbanization, and U.S. Latino Politics.
I developed and administered a thesis writing workshop for undergraduates through the Ronald E. McNair Post-baccalaureate Achievement Program at UCLA.