English 105i: Writing in Health and Medicine
Online, synchronous course on written and oral argumentation, composition, research, information literacy, and rhetorical analysis, specifically in the disciplinary context of medicine, for first-year undergraduate students
English 105: Introduction to Composition and Rhetoric (renamed Writing at the Research University as of Fall 2019)
Course on writing across disciplines, genres, and modalities for first-year undergraduate students
Instructor of Record. University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Chapel Hill, NC. Fall 2017 (Sec 043), Spring 2018 (Sec 033), Fall 2018 (Sec 041 and Sec 045), Spring 2019 (Sec 032), Spring 2020 (Sec 050, taught remotely as of March 2020 due to the COVID-19 global pandemic), Fall 2020 (Sec 079 and Sec 091, both sections taught as hybrid courses due to the COVID-19 global pandemic). Supervised by Dr. Daniel Anderson, Dir. of the UNC Writing Program.
ENGL 123: Introduction to Fiction
Undergraduate course introducing students to novels and shorter fiction by Defoe, Austen, Dickens, Faulkner, Wolfe, Fitzgerald, Joyce, and others
Instructor of Record. University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Chapel Hill, NC. Fall 2019 (Sec 003). Supervised by Dr. Jennifer Larson, Dir. of Undergraduate Studies, Dept. of English and Comparative Literature.
SPCL 395: Special Studies
Undergraduate independent-study course with one UNC senior as a supplement to regular coursework in ENGL 123: Introduction to Fiction
Instructor of Record. University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Chapel Hill, NC. Fall 2019. Supervised by Dr. Jennifer Larson, Dir. of Undergraduate Studies, Dept. of English and Comparative Literature.
ENGL 268: Medicine, Literature, and Culture
Undergraduate course on the close affinities among literary representation, medical science, and clinical practice
Teaching Assistant. University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Chapel Hill, NC. Fall 2019 (Recitations 602 and 604). Supervised by course instructor Dr. Jane Thrailkill, Bank of America Honors Term Associate Professor. Invited to guest lecture, “Trauma, War, and Masculinity in Barker’s Regeneration,” 3 Oct. 2019. Invited to guest lecture jointly with Rachel Warner, “Endings,” 26 Nov. 2019. Invited to speak in guest panel, “ENGL 268 Careers Panel,” 12 Dec. 2019.
African Studies S350/Film S340/Health S350: Visual Approaches to Global Health
Summer session study-abroad undergraduate course combining traditional epidemiological methods with visual storytelling in Johannesburg, South Africa and Mbabane, Swaziland
Teaching Fellow. Yale University Summer Session. New Haven, CT; Johannesbug, South Africa; Mbabane, Swaziland. Summer 2015, Summer 2016, Summer 2019. (Hired for Summer 2020, but course canceled due to COVID-19 global pandemic.) Supervised by Professor Jonathan Smith, course instructor.
Summer Reading Courses
Summer reading courses for elementary, middle, high school, and college-age students and adults on reading fluency and comprehension; absorption in imaginative literature; identification with characters; reading and studying textbooks and other non-fiction; speed-reading and reporting techniques; writing instruction on main ideas, grammar, and detail
Reading Teacher. Institute of Reading Development. Chapel Hill and Durham, NC. Summer 2018, Summer 2019. Supervised by Leah Snyder, Teacher Supervisor. Taught 12 class sessions per week, totaling 22 hours of in-class teaching per week.