I am a Teaching Fellow in Civic, Liberal, and Global Education (COLLEGE) at Stanford, where I contribute to the development of Stanford’s new first-year requirement and teach first-year interdisciplinary courses. I have taught “The Spirit of Democracy” (Stanford, Fall 2021, with Larry Diamond and James Fishkin), “Citizenship in the Twenty-First Century” (Stanford, Winter 2022), “The Politics of Development” (Stanford, Spring 2022, with Saad Gulzar and Soledad Prillaman), and “Intro to Macroeconomics” (Gateway Community College, Fall 2017, with Lorraine Li). In the fall, I will teach “Why College?“. I have also designed social science courses entitled “Comparative Revolutions: The Arab Spring and Its Aftershocks,” “Introduction to Comparative Politics,” “Political Life After Dictatorship,” and the “Politics of the Modern Middle East and North Africa.” I pride myself in my ability to support student research projects and my students won the Winter 2022 COLLEGE Boothe Prize and the 2022 Creative Projects Award. I received a Certificate of College Teaching Preparation from Yale University. This past year, I received the Fellow of the Year award from the COLLEGE program. In the near future, I will post course descriptions, teaching materials, and examples of student work.

  • Check out my course proposals here.
  • See examples of exemplary work produced by my students here.
  • See teaching materials that I have developed here.