Teaching Experience

 

Assistant Professor (tenure-track), Journalism and new media, Towson University 2018

Teaching responsibility for media and journalism courses every academic year, with research and publication responsibilities. Courses include: Media Criticism, Mass Media and Society, and others.

 

Online Course designer, Media Literacy, Philip Merrill College of Journalism, 

University of Maryland (Spring 2018)

Designed and developed an existing face to face course to a completely virtual general education course.

 

Co-Instructor, Statistics, and Data Journalism for Journalism, Philip Merrill College of Journalism, University of Maryland (Spring 2018)

Grading, and course designing responsibilities of this online course introducing statistical and data journalism to journalism students

 

Instructor, Journalism History and Sociology, Philip Merrill College of Journalism, University of Maryland (Fall 2015 - Spring 2016, Fall 2017)

Individual teaching responsibility for this course, which introduces the study of journalism from the standpoint of media history and sociology. Introduced pedagogical games in the classroom such as jeopardy, Kahoot, Who am I, human library and others to facilitate engagement of students in the class.

 

Graduate Teaching Fellow, Salzburg Academy on Media and Global Change (July 2017 - August 2017)

Taught and researched in the study abroad program for undergraduates in this study abroad program from several universities globally. 71 undergraduate students of 25 nationalities participated in the program. Facilitated an individual workshop/reading group on creating conversation protocol for journalists and researchers to interview sexual assault survivors.

 

Lead TA, Media Literacy, University of Maryland (Fall 2016 - Spring 2017)

Led two independent discussion sections of 50 students in a general education course on Media Literacy. Responsibilities included supervising a team of team assistants, grading; conducting weekly discussion sections and helping students understand concepts related to Media Literacy.

 

Graduate Teaching Assistant, I-course Jour 289i and Introduction to Mass Media, Philip Merrill College of Journalism, University of Maryland (Fall 2014 – Spring 2015)

Graded class material and responded to students on matters related to grading.

 

Graduate Teaching Assistant, Philip Merrill College of Journalism, University of Maryland (Fall 2013 – Spring 2014, “Media Literacy- Jour 175”)

Led two independent discussion sections of 50 students in a general education course on Media Literacy. Responsibilities included grading; conducting weekly discussion sections and helping students understand concepts related to Media Literacy.

 

Part-time Assistant Instructor, Images of Journalism in Films, School of Communication and Information, Rutgers University (Spring 2013)

Independently instructed undergraduate students on the representation of journalism in American Films and graded assignments.

 

Co-Adjunct Instructor, Organizational Reputation, SC&I, Rutgers University (Spring 2013)

Graded quizzes and organization reputation management profiles by students.

 

Co-Adjunct Instructor, Media & Politics, SC&I, Rutgers University (Spring 2013)

Graded quizzes and other assignments on media and politics by students.

 

Co-Adjunct Instructor, Gender, Race, and Class in Media, SC&I, Rutgers University (Spring 2012, Fall 2012, Spring 2013)

Assisted in the Gender, Media, and Class in Media course by helping students with their questions, formulating quiz/exam questions, grading papers and substituting for the lead professor on a few occasions in a large lecture.