During my time as a graduate student at NYU, I served as a teaching assistant for 6 semesters. I have experience teaching comparative politics, quantitative methods and international relations for undergraduates. I also served as the head TA for Joshua Tucker’s Introduction to Comparative Politics Class, which gave me additional experience with the administrative aspects of being a professor, as well as in helping to manage and organize a group of teaching assistants. In addition to being well-prepared to teach survey courses in comparative politics or quantitative methods, I would be excited to teach courses about post-communist politics, the politics of protest and social movements, and how new technologies impact political behavior (sample syllabus). I also look forward to advising and mentoring students, something I have gained experience with while advising interns and undergraduate research assistants for the Social Media and Political Participation Lab at NYU.