I teach students to use their daily experience of media to understand communication technology.
In addition to serving as a teaching assistant in both basic and advanced communication classes at Stanford, I was the creator and instructor of record in a course on self-representation in digital media at Stanford, which combined historical and critical readings with experimental work and hands-on demonstrations. I have taught on 3D visualization during my M.S. at UIC, and served as a guest lecturer at Duke and North Carolina State University during my time in the Research Triangle area of North Carolina. I have also mentored high school, undergraduate, and graduate students in producing posters and presentations, and in authoring journal articles. Quantitatively studying communication is a natural entry point for students underrepresented in STEM fields, so I work to make this path available to students who might not normally consider it.
Fall 2016 I will be teaching a seminar course on Embodiment in Virtual Reality at Cornell University.