My research on inequality, sexism, racism, and victimization has helped me realize the importance of teaching in creating social change. I aim to help students engage critically with the world around them and to interrogate and analyze social problems.
I teach undergraduate and graduate courses related to Gender, Race, Crime, Victimization, Trauma, Organizations, and Qualitative Research Methods. I have taught courses such as "Domestic Violence," "Violence & Victimization," "Violence Against Women," "Race, Gender, Class, and Crime," "Sex, Gender, & Society" and "Deviance" in multiple formats (on the ground, hybrid, and online).
I am committed to addressing inequality in academia and am engaged in workshops, trainings, and committees related to diversity and inclusion as well as inclusive pedagogy. I have won awards for my teaching, including the 2020 Sage Teaching Innovation Award.
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