Teaching

TEACHING INTEREST

Substantive Topics: political psychology; religion and politics; Islam and democracy; political behavior; campaigns and elections

Research Methods: linear models; experiments and causal inference; intro to Bayesian analysis; computational statistics, particularly bootstrap and Monte Carlo methods.

TEACHING EXPERIENCE

January – May 2020. Introduction to Causal Inference and Experimental Designs. Undergraduate class. Department of Sociology, University of Notre Dame.

August – December 2018. Data Science and Politics. Undergraduate class. Department of Political Science, University of Notre Dame.

February – June 2018. Political Behavior. Undergraduate class. Department of Political Science, Islamic State University of Jakarta (UIN Jakarta).

February – June 2018. Quantitative Methodology. Undergraduate class. Department of Political Science, Islamic State University of Jakarta (UIN Jakarta).

August – December 2017. Religion and Politics in the U.S. and around the World (Graduate-level). Team-teaching with Prof. Geoffrey Layman. Department of Political Science, University of Notre Dame.

January – May 2016. World Politics: Intro to Comparative Politics (Undergraduate-level). Teaching assistant for Prof. Robert Dowd. Department of Political Science, University of Notre Dame.

August – December 2014. Maximum Likelihood and Limited Dependent Variables (Graduate-level). Statistical assistant for the department and teaching assistant for Prof. Gary Hollibaugh. Department of Political Science, University of Notre Dame.

August – December 2014. Math for Political Scientists (Graduate-level). Statistical assistant for the department and teaching assistant for Prof. Gary Hollibaugh. Department of Political Science, University of Notre Dame.