GitHub Tutorial - 5 minute Git
I bet I can teach you Git in 5 minutes, hence “5 minute Git”.
Introduction to Research Methods in Political Science
I was the instructor of record for this class during Summer 2020 at the University of California, Santa Barbara. The course exposes undergraduate students to quantitative research in political science. It introduces them to probability, statistical inference, and regression analysis. Students are trained to code in R. Emphasis is placed on thinking critically about the nature of causality in the social sciences. Syllabus
The course was delivered remotely using a mix of synchronous and asynchronous delivery. See below for some selected slides and video lectures:
- (Just for Fun) How to Lie with Data and Statistics Video Slides
- What is Data Science? Video Slides
- The Data Science Workflow Video Slides
I have served in a variety of roles such as Teaching Assistant and Guest Lecturer for classes at the University of California Santa Barbara and Brown University.
In 2020, I was nominated for the Outstanding Teaching Assistant Award by the Academic Senate at UCSB.
- Brown University
- Climate Solutions: A multidisciplinary perspective (ENVS 0465)
- Finance and the Environment (ENVS 1547)
- UC Santa Barbara
- Introduction to Research Design in Political Science (POLS 15)
- Business and the Environment (ESM 210)
- Survey Design and Environmental Public Opinion (ESM 269 & ED 218)
I am passionate about democratizing access to climate education. I regularly give “big picture” talks for the general public, including high school students. These talks distill the key themes in the economics of climate change and address questions such as:
- How can financial markets help us tackle climate change? (University of Warwick)
- Paying for our planet’s survival: who should foot the bill for decarbonization and how? (Association des Sections Internationales Britanniques et Anglophones)