Teaching

I teach American politics and methodology, with a specialization in political communication, political behavior, public opinion, and quantitative methodology at Georgia State University. I previously taught at Pace University as an Assistant Professor. Before that I often worked as an adjunct lecturer during graduate school, teaching at nearly a dozen colleges in New York, New Jersey and Tokyo. Please email for more information about my courses.

Here are the courses that I have taught at Georgia State University. These were at the undergraduate level, unless noted otherwise.

Fall 2007

Introduction to American Government

Public Opinion

Spring 2008

Voting and Elections

Electoral Behavior (graduate)

Summer 2008

Introduction to American Government

Experimental Research Methods (graduate)

Fall 2008

Political Communication

Political Communication (graduate)

Honors Seminar: The Elections of 2008

Spring 2009

Public Opinion

Public Opinion (graduate)

Summer 2009

Introduction to American Government

State Politics (graduate)

Fall 2009

Voting and Elections

Electoral Behavior (graduate)

Honors Seminar: Internet and Democracy

Spring 2010

Introduction to American Government

State Politics

Summer 2010

Experimental Research Methods (graduate)

Fall 2010

Public Opinion

Public Opinion (graduate)

Honors Seminar: Internet and Democracy

Spring 2011

Intermediate Statistics (graduate)

Summer 2011

State Politics (graduate)

Survey Research Methods (graduate)

Fall 2011

Voting and Elections

Public Opinion

Spring 2012

Intermediate Statistics (graduate)

Honors Seminar: Internet and Democracy

Summer 2012

Introduction to American Government

Experimental Research Methods (graduate)

Fall 2012

Voting and Elections

Electoral Behavior (graduate)

Honors Seminar: The Presidential Election of 2012

Spring 2013

State Politics

Intermediate Statistics (graduate)

Summer 2013

Experimental Research Methods (graduate)

Fall 2013

On leave

Spring 2014

On leave

Fall 2014

Introduction to American Government

Political Communication (graduate)

Honors Seminar: The Midterm Election of 2014

Spring 2015

Introduction to American Government

Public Opinion

Summer 2015

Experimental Research Methods (graduate)

Fall 2015

On leave

Spring 2016

On leave

Summer 2016

State Politics

Introduction to American Government

Fall 2016

Political Communication

Introduction to American Government

Spring 2017

State Politics

Introduction to American Government

Public Opinion (graduate)

Summer 2017

State Politics

Internet and Democracy

Fall 2017

Political Communication

Introduction to American Government

Spring 2017

Political Communication

Political Communication (graduate)

Summer 2018

State Politics

Fall 2018

Political Communication

Introduction to American Government