## Harvard

Instructor - Informal Bayesian Data Analysis Course (Spring 2009 - 2010)

Teaching Fellow (Professor Stephen Rosen) - Government 40: International Conflict and Cooperation (Spring 2009-2010)

Math Prefresher for Incoming Graduate Students (Instructor in 2009, Teaching Fellow in 2008)

Teaching Fellow (Professor Gary King) - Government 1002/2001: Advanced Quantitative Political Methodology (Spring 2008-2009)

Teaching Fellow (Professor Michael Herron) - Government 2002: Bayesian Statistics in Political Science Research (Fall 2008-2009)

- A Brief Review of Probability (handout version)
- Introduction to Bayesian Statistics (handout version)
- Conjugate Models (handout version)
- Non-Conjugate Models and Grid Approximations (handout version)
- Summarizing the Posterior (handout version)
- Sampling Methods (handout version)
- MCMC Methods: Gibbs Sampling and the Metropolis-Hastings Algorithm (handout version)
- Convergence Diagnostics (handout version)
- Model Checking (handout version)

## UCLA

Student Facilitator - Political Science 88SB: Globalization and Inequality: Why Are Some Countries Poorer Than Others? (Spring 2006)

- Syllabus
- Faculty Mentor: Professor Ronald Rogowski
- Taught a one-unit seminar as part of Undergraduate Student Initiated Education program at UCLA.