Teaching

2016-07-01 12.12.12 HDR
Students in Principles of Sociology analyze children’s books for themes of socialization.

Teaching sociology, for me, is a powerful avenue in which you have the opportunity to shape students’ perceptions about how the world really works. Teaching is a craft and a very important aspect of an academic position, as you have the potential to greatly impact one’s life by engaging with students one-on-one and exposing them to a deeper understanding of society.

I approach the classroom using student-centered methods, professionalization, and real world application and skills to prepare students for fruitful careers.

Assistant Professor

Radford University (2017-Present)

  • SOCY 110: Introduction to Sociology
  • SOCY 210: Social Problems
  • SOCY 370: Environmental Sociology
  • SOCY 411: Appalachian Cultures
  • SOCY 433: Rural Sociology

Instructor

North Carolina State University (2013-2017)

  • SOC 202: Introductory Sociology
  • SOC 203: Social Problems (online and face-to-face)
  • SOC 261: Technology in Society and Culture (online and face-to-face)