My goals as an instructor are: 1) to encourage students to think critically about diversity in social science; 2) to foster students’ sense of autonomy over their research development; and 3) to equip students with generalizable skills that will be useful to them throughout their professions. My teaching philosophy is available here. A sample syllabus and course evaluations are listed below.
"Chris was very enthusiastic in delivering the lecture, which I highly appreciated. He provided very interesting and relevant examples in class that helped link concepts to events in the real world."
"He listened to students and responded thoughtfully, critiquing without being critical."
"He's definitely interested in and knowledgeable about the subject, and enjoys sharing that with the students. He's also very understanding so if you have problems/questions, it's easy to talk to him about it and get good feedback."
Average Course Evaluation: 5.41/6.00
*Taught to Ph.D. students
**Taught to MBA students