During my time at USF (2017-19), I worked as a Graduate Teaching Assistant in the Department of Communication, where I instructed introductory courses, such as Intro to Communication (a survey of human communication research) and Public Speaking. I also completed certification programs through the Center for Innovative Teaching and Learning (CITL).
I've taught introductory and upper-level courses at McMaster University (2019-23), including a piloted, asynchronous online course. I also completed two professionalization courses on university-level instruction through the MacPherson Institute, McMaster’s pedagogy center. As I completed my Ph.D., I designed an original undergraduate course for Department of Art, Design, and Communication at Chatham University in Pittsburgh, PA, where I designed an original course on social movement rhetoric and critical/cultural studies of social media activism.
In August 2023, I joined the Department of Communication, Media, and the Arts at Seton Hall University in South Orange, NJ. I primarily teach undergraduate courses in courses, working with faculty colleagues to reinvigorate core curriculum in public speaking to support students' lifelong learning and career preparedness for a diverse, digitally platformed world.