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I have been a professor of quantitative methods at GW since 2010. The courses I teach range in format from traditional face-to-face (F2F) classroom instruction, hybrid, and online courses. Prior to GW, I taught undergraduate courses in assessment and statistics at the University of Maryland, College Park. I have also completed additional training in teaching such as completing the requirements for GW's eTeaching Workshop Core certificate which included attending a 5-workshop series in e-teaching offered by the Center for Innovative Teaching and Learning (CITL; 2011), and I was selected for and participated in GW's Faculty Learning Community (FLC, Jr.; 2011). I have also been awarded several internal grants for course development including: online course development (2018, Graduate School of Education and Human Development at GW), online learning initiative (OLI) grant (2014, Teaching and Learning Collaborative at GW), and I co-authored and was awarded a grant for a Teaching Mentorship Program (2008; Center for Teaching Excellence at the University of Maryland).

For more information about the courses I teach at GW and resources I've developed for students please see the links above in the teaching menu.

     Fall 2019

      • I'll be on parental leave during this semester.

     Spring 2020

      • 8171 Predictive Analyses (online; open to students on all campuses; prerequisite 8120)
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