Teaching

Carnegie Mellon University

At Carnegie Mellon, I have taught summer sections of Reasoning with Data (36-200) and Introduction to Statistical Inference (36-226). Since Spring 2019, I have also been the head TA for Reasoning with Data during the spring and fall semesters.

For Reasoning with Data, our introductory statistics course, I am currently involved in several projects to expand our curriculum and course materials. I have worked on designing new labs and projects for life science students, and in collaboration with the Teaching Statistics Group I am developing new material for teaching about correlation, causation, and randomization.

In summer 2017, I advised an undergraduate research project for CMU’s Summer Undergraduate Research Experience in Statistics, and helped teach labs on programming and data analysis for the program participants.

I’m currently participating in the Future Faculty Program through CMU’s Eberly Center, which involves seminars, projects, and teaching observations.