# Teaching

As a teacher, I value student interaction and constant observation of my audience. Peer evaluators stated that I have teacher noticing. More and more research being done indicates that teacher noticing is a previously understudied component of effective pedagogy.

I believe this comes from my extensive experience in one-on-one tutoring (with students of undergraduate and graduate levels), and general desire to help and understand my audience.

## Training and Certification

- Applying the Quality Matters Rubric (Summer 21)
- HyFlex Training (Summer 21)
- Cal Poly Pomona Safe Zone Ally Training (Fall 19)

# Cal Poly Pomona (Assistant Professor)

## STA 1200 Course Coordinator

From Fall 2020 to Spring 2021, I am coordinator for STA 1200 (one of the largest undergraduate courses at CPP). Duties include

- Creating Canvas course templates
- Providing resources for instructors and students to succeed in STA 1200
- Biweekly meetings with instructors
- Assessment and evaluation to improve STA 1200 in the future

## Teaching Experience

### Spring 2024

### Fall 2023

- (On Sabbatical)

### Past (Fall 2017 – Summer 2023)

#### Undergraduate Courses

- STA 1200 (& 1200H) Statistics with Applications (Honors) (Sp18, Su18, F18, Su23)
- STA 2100 Introduction to Statistics (F18, F20)
- STA 3100 Sampling Methods and Applications (F21)
- STA 4320 Applied Regression Analysis (F18, Su20, F22)
- STA 4250 Survival Analysis (Sp18, Sp20, Sp22)
- STA 4990 Introduction to Actuarial Science (Special Topics) (Su21, Su22)
- STA 4990 Introduction to Statistical Learning (Special Topics) (Su22, Sp23)
- MAT 2250 Linear Algebra and Differential Equations (Su19, F19)
- MAT 3140 Introduction to Real Analysis (Su20)
- MAT 4190 Advanced Linear Algebra (Su21)

#### Graduate Courses

- STA 5250 (Graduate) Time Series Analysis (F17, F19, F21)
- STA 5300 (Graduate) Random Processes (Sp22)
- STA 5320 (Graduate) Linear Statistical Models (Sp19)
- STA 5650 (Graduate) Multivariate Analysis (F20, F22)
- STA 5900 (Graduate) Statistical Consulting (Sp21, Sp22)
- MAT 5990 (Graduate) Introduction to Measure Theory (Su19)

# Student Teaching Experience

Below, *Teaching Associate* refers to a student position where I have full class responsibility. *Teaching Assistant* refers to responsibility to teach a recitation section of a course, where the full lecture is taught by a full time faculty member.

## UC Santa Barbara Department of Statistics and Applied Probability

- Teaching Associate
- PSTAT 109 Statistics for Economics (Su15, Su16)

- Teaching Assistant
- PSTAT 160A (Introduction to Stochastic Processes) (F15)
- PSTAT 171 (Mathematics of Interest) (F13, F14)
- PSTAT 172A (Actuarial Statistics I) (W14, W15, W16)
- PSTAT 172B (Actuarial Statistics II) (S14, S15, S16)
- PSTAT 182T (Tutorial for Actuarial Exams P and FM) (W14, S14)
- PSTAT 213A Introduction To Probability Theory And Stochastic Processes (PhD Level) (F15, F16)
- PSTAT 213B Introduction To Probability Theory And Stochastic Processes (PhD Level) (W16, W17)
- PSTAT 213C Introduction To Probability Theory And Stochastic Processes (PhD Level) (S16, S17)
- PSTAT 501 Teaching Assistant Training (F16, W16)

## Michigan State University Department of Statistics and Probability

- Teaching Associate (Summer 2012)
- Teaching Assistant (Jan 2012-June 2013)