I teach writing-intensive college-level classes in development, management, and sociology. From 2010-2017 I taught at Brown University, the Rhode Island School of Design, the IE School of Business, and at the Rhode Island Adult Correctional Institutions. I am currently an Assistant Professor teaching graduate coursework at the School for Global Inclusion and Social Development at UMASS Boston.
Certificate Course #3: “Professional Development Seminar”, Sheridan Center for Teaching & Learning, Brown University (2014-2015)
Certificate Course #2: “Course design: principles and practice”, Sheridan Center for Teaching & Learning, Brown University (2014-2015)
Certificate Course #1:“Reflective Teaching: Identification and exploration of practices and beliefs about teaching”, Sheridan Center for Teaching & Learning, Brown University (2013-2014)
Third sector and civil society issues
Qualitative methods and ethnography
“Social Innovation in Domestic Contexts”, SGISD, UMASS Boston, Fall 2018
“Ethics and Professionalism in Global Inclusion and Social Development”, SGISD, UMASS Boston, Fall 2018
"Leadership for Global Inclusion and Social Development", SGISD, UMASS Boston, Spring 2018
"Globalization and Community", College Unbound/Rhode Island Adult Correctional Institution. Spring 2017
"Society and Culture in the Age of Globalization", Brown University and IE Business School (Spring 2016, Autumn 2016; Spring 2017)
"General Sociology", Rhode Island Adult Correctional Institution/Community College of Rhode Island, Men’s Medium Security Facility & Women's Facility (Autumn 2014, Spring 2015, Summer 2015, Autumn 2015, Spring 2016).
"Organizational Theories of the Third Sector and Civil Society", Brown University (Autumn 2014, Spring 2016).
"Introductory Sociology", Rhode Island School of Design, (Spring 2015)
"Social Problems", Rhode Island Adult Correctional Institution/Community College of Rhode Island, Men’s Medium Security Facility, (Autumn 2015). Read coverage of US Sen. Whitehouse's visit to the class here. Read the Senator's reflections here.
"Qualitative Research Methods", Brown University BEO special seminar (Summer 2012).
"Organizational Theories for the Public and Private Sector", Brown University, (Autumn 2011).”