Teaching

My teaching interests lie at the intersection of urban policy and social policy. In keeping with my research in vulnerable populations and their welfare in various regional, urban and neighborhood settings, I am interested in and prepared to teach courses related to community development, urban policy, urban demography, GIS application, and other policy-related courses such as policy analysis and program evaluation. 

In the Department of Public Management and Policy at the Andrew Young School of Policy Studies, I have taught undergraduate Policy Data Analysis (PMAP 4041) and Economic Development Policy (PMAP 4451), and have been a teaching assistant for undergraduate Economic Development Policy and graduate-level Microeconomics for Public Policy (PMAP 8141) for two semesters both.