I enjoy teaching and sharing my knowledge with students. I’ve taught topics ranging from statistics to English as a Second Language. I believe that teaching should be an open and collaborative experience. On this page, I share some of the teaching resources I’ve developed, in hopes they will be useful to other teachers or students.

Statistics for travel behavior

In fall 2019, I co-taught a seminar on how people’s attitudes affect their travel behavior. As part of this seminar, I gave a crash course in statistics for travel behavior, covering topics including linear regression, factor analysis, discrete choice models, count models, and structural equation models.


In May 2020, I gave a webinar on using Git for version control in an academic setting, focusing on the basics of creating a repository, creating commits, branching, and merging, from the command line.