My teaching interests are in the areas of disaster planning, international development, community participation, and research methods. My pedagogical approach centers on imparting technical and theoretical knowledge, while supporting different modes of student learning. In my teaching I aim to bring my research and professional experiences to the classroom in an effort to encourage students to build strong relationships with the larger world around them.

City and Regional Planning, The Ohio State University

  • Disaster Preparedness and Response (graduate)

  • The Global Environment in Planning (undergraduate)

  • International Development Planning Studio (undergraduate/graduate)

  • Introduction to City and Regional Planning (undergraduate)

  • Research Methods (undergraduate)

Planning, Policy, and Design, University of California, Irvine

  • Quantitative Analysis (undergraduate)

  • Research Implementation in a U.S. - Mexico Border Context (undergraduate)

  • Environmental Hazards - Hybrid Course Development (undergraduate)