Teaching

My teaching experiences combine my public health skills in epidemiology and mixed research methods with my sociological training in order to expand my students’ sociological thinking alongside more methodological training in the health sciences. I have included my invited lectures and guest lectures to show how I adapt my research into presentations for both undergraduate, graduate and lay/community-based audiences.

You can read my teaching philosophy here.

Teaching Experience

Lecturer, Dept. of Sociology & Social Services, California State University, East Bay 
Sociology of the Family (Winter 2016, Fall 2016, Spring 2017, Summer 2017) Download the syllabus here.
Sociology of Gender (Spring 2016, Winter 2017) Download the syllabus here.
Sociology of Sexualities (Summer 2016)
Research Methods in Sociology (Fall 2016, Winter 2017)

Lecturer, University of California, Berkeley, Dept. of Sociology
Sociology Seminar & Research Preparation (Spring 2017)

Co-Facilitator/Instructor, Dept. of Social & Behavioral Sciences, UCSF
Proposal Preparation Seminar for Sociology Students (Winter 2014)
TAE/Qualifying Exam Professional Development Series (Spring 2012)

Graduate Teaching Assistant, School of Nursing, UCSF
Education Technology, Curricular & Innovation Hub Office, Dean’s Office (Fall 2015-Spring 2016)
Advanced Scholarship in Research II (Spring 2013)
Population Health and Clinical Prevention (Winter 2013)
Sociology of Health & Illness (Fall 2012)
N262A Advanced Scholarship in Research I (Fall 2011)

Graduate Teaching Assistant, School of Public Health, Indiana University
Nature of Cancer (Spring 2008)
H311 Epidemiology and Human Disease (Fall 2007)

Undergraduate Teaching Assistant, Dept. of Business & Social Science, USAO
Advanced Research Methods in Psychology (Spring 2006)

Selected Invited Lectures

San Jose State University
Course Title: “Medical Sociology”. Title of Presentation: Sociology of Health: Body Size, Sexuality & Health from a Health at Every Size™ Perspective. December 2014.

San Francisco State University
Course Title: “Sexuality, Ethnicity, and Health”. Title of Presentation: Sociology of Health: Body Size, Sexuality & Health. November 2014.

San Francisco Community Clinic Consortium/California Area Health Education Center
Workshop title: “Gender, Sexuality and Body Size Cultural Competency for Community Health Centers.” August 28 & September 3, 2014.

San Francisco State University
Course Title: “Medical Sociology”. Title of Presentation: Sociology of Health: Obesity and Fatness. December 2012.

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