Analysis of International Relations, Spring 2020, University of Wisconsin-Madison. Instructor: Lisa Martin.
Teaching Assistant. Led three weekly sections where students learned to apply mathematical tools including algebra, set theory, functions, and probability theory to analyze problems in international politics.
Research Methods in Political Science, Fall 2019, University of Wisconsin-Madison. Instructor: Jonathan Renshon.
Teaching Assistant. Led three weekly sections focusing on quantitative and qualitative methods in political science where an array of empirical applications and key concepts were reviewed.
International Relations in the 20th Century, 2016, 2017, and 2018, Hebrew University of Jerusalem Israel. Instructors: Gadi Heimann and Guy Laron
Teaching Assistant. Led a weekly section where assigned readings, including primary historical documents, were reviewed and analyzed.
Scientific Reading and Writing in International Relations, 2017, and 2018, Hebrew University of Jerusalem Israel.
Co-instructor. Led a weekly section where students were exposed to the structure and nuance of academic writings. Contributed to designing the syllabus and course material.