Teaching

 

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“Business and Politics”

Spring 2017 Syllabus

“Global Environmental Politics”

Spring 2017 Syllabus

“US Environmental Politics and Policy”

Spring 2016 Syllabus

“Environmental Politics”

Spring 2013 Syllabus

“American Politics: The Politics of Reform”

Fall 2016 Syllabus

“Environmental Social Sciences”

Fall 2016 Syllabus    Fall 2012 Syllabus     Fall 2011 Syllabus (Co-Taught with Visiting Assistant Professor of Anthropology Matt Samson) 

“Methods and Statistics in Political Science”

POL 221 Syllabus (Fall 2012) (Co-Taught with Professor of Political Science, Pat Sellers)

“Citizens vs. Consumers (formerly “Citizens, Consumers, and the Environment”

Fall 2016 Syllabus      Spring 2013 Syllabus     Spring 2012 Syllabus   

Leaders vs. Entrepreneurs

Fall 2015 Syllabus

University of California, Berkeley

“Environmental Policy, Administration, and Law”
Delivered lectures and led discussion for Professor Alastair Ile’s upper division course (2011)

“Measuring Product and Company Performance”
Delivered guest lecture in Tony Kingsbury’s undergraduate business school course on Sustainability: Business Measures for Success (2010)

“International Environmental Politics”
Taught two sections as Graduate Student Instructor for Professor Kate O’Neill’s upper division course, which included a total of 42 undergraduates and required grading of most of their assignments (2009)

“A Multi-Methods Research Strategy: Analyzing the Popularity of Environmental Ratings in the Electronics Sector”
Delivered guest lecture in Patina Mendez’s Methods in Environmental Sciences undergraduate course (2009)

“Non-State Global Environmental Governance”
Delivered guest lecture in Professor Kate O’Neill’s International Environmental Politics course (2009)

“Labor and Environmental Standards in Emerging Markets”
Delivered guest lecture in Professor David Levine’s Business Strategies in Emerging Markets MBA course (2006)

“The History and Diversity of Eco-Labels and Certifications”
Delivered guest lecture in Professor Dara O’Rourke’s Governance of Global Production graduate seminar (2006)

The Nature Conservancy, China Program

“Eco-Guide Training Course”
Designed curriculum and led instruction of 30 villagers in natural history, botany, ornithology, cultural history, interpretation, and English language (2002)