Teaching (syllabi, etc.)

I am an Assistant Professor in the Department of Geography at University of Wyoming, where I am teaching the following courses.
  • American Landscapes
  • Cultural Geography
  • Introduction to Human Geography
  • Landscapes of Conflict
  • Sense of Place
  • World Regional Geography
From 2014-16, I was a Visiting Assistant Professor in the Department of Geology and Geography at Ohio Wesleyan University, where I taught:

A field trip with ‘Latin American Geographies’ at Ohio Wesleyan University

In 2015-16, I also collaborated with Drs. John Krygier (Geography) and Jim Peoples (Anthropology) to coordinate learning opportunities (courses, lectures, and travel) as part of a year-long series of events, ‘The Place of Waste.’ More on one of our events here.

Before teaching at Ohio Wesleyan, I taught for more than five years in the Department of Geography at Ohio State, while completing my Ph.D. in Geography (2014). Notable from my teaching experience at Ohio State is my nomination in 2012 for a Graduate Associate Teaching Award for my course in World Regional Geography. I was employed as an instructor and/or as a teaching assistant for the following undergraduate courses:

  • Urban Geography
  • Social and Economic Geography
  • World Urbanization
  • The Making of the Modern World
  • World Regional Geography