[TEACHING & MENTORSHIP]

 
 

Teaching Assistantships: 

  1. Abnormal Psychology (100 students)

    • Lead two 25-student discussion section

    • Complete guest lecture: Neuroscience & Psychopathology

    • Prepare course materials

    • Meet regularly with instructor

    • Grade exams and papers

  2. Social Psychology (100 students)

    1. Complete guest lecture: Social Influence

    2. Prepare course materials

    3. Grade exams, group projects, and papers

    4. Host weekly office hours

  3. Looking Inside the Disordered Brain (100 students)

    1. Prepare course materials

    2. Grade exams, group projects, and papers

    3. Host weekly office hours

 

During "Neuroscience & Psychopathology" guest lecture

Guest Lectures & University Presentations:

  • Fall 2018 | Introduction to Abnormal Psychology: Neuroscience & Psychopathology.                                            

    Undergraduate Course, Duke University.

  • Spring 2018 |Introduction to Social Psychology: Social Influence.

    Undergraduate Course, Duke University.

  • Fall 2017 | Introduction to Abnormal Psychology: Neuroscience & Psychopathology.                                             Undergraduate Course, Duke University.

  • Summer 2017 | Invited Panel Member, Graduate Student Panel: Graduate school information session for undergraduate psychology & neuroscience graduate students.

    Vertical Integration Program for Duke Undergraduate Mentorship.

 

College Teaching Certificate Candidate:

  • Coursework: complete extra courses on college teaching

  • Teaching experience: lead weekly discussion sections, guest lecture

  • Teaching observation (teaching triangles): observe and be observed by other CCT candidates during teaching experience

Mentorship:


Student Testimonials: