Teaching

My teaching interests span public policy, the American Presidency, agenda-setting,  American government and political institutions, social policy with a special emphasis in health and aging policy, and social science statistics and research methodology.

Teaching Experience at University of Texas at Austin:

Assistant Instructor, U.S. Presidency-Lower Level, 2018
Teaching Assistant, Sean Theriault, Congressional Elections-Upper level, 2014
Teaching Assistant, John P. McIver, Intro. to American Government-Lower level, 2014
Teaching Assistant, Eric McDaniel, Health Politics-Upper level, 2013
Teaching Assistant, Michael Mosser, Comparative Politics-Upper level, 2013
Teaching Assistant, Adam Myers, Intro. to American Government-Lower level, 2013
Teaching Assistant, Sean Theriault, Intro. to American Government-Lower level, 2012

I have also mentored undergraduate research projects in political science:

2016-2017: Kevin Valenzuela, Are All Rights Created Equal? A Statistical Re-examination of the Human Rights Committee
2015-2016: Martin Gutierrez, The Role of Attention in Regulation of the U.S. Financial Market