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Published (or Accepted Publications)
Submitted or Under Review (available on request)
Selected Working Papers (available on request)
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Selected Posters and Talks
My engage in the learning process – not just memorization – as I encourage them to engage in the messy process of inquiry. My goal is that they learn how to think, rather than what to think, and I create opportunities to make this happen.
Course Instructor and Teaching Assistant
I have been a lecturer and module leader for following undergraduate and graduate courses at the University of Guelph and Kingston University. Beyond that, I have 10 years of experience as a seminar-based teaching assistant.
Kingston University (2021 - present)
Univresity of Guelph (2018-2019)
Teaching Philosophy and Areas of Interest
I endeavor to learn and research effective teaching strategies because I strive to achieve excellence in teaching. I aim to accommodate students’ diverse learning styles and to motivate them to connect with the course material. I use these strategies to a single end: to facilitate an effective, inclusive, equitable, and enjoyable learning experience for every student. My overall objective is to help students reach their goals and attain the desired learning outcomes.
I am an interdisciplinary researcher and am broadly interested in social behaviour. As a result, I am interested in teaching a wide variety of topics; these include (but are not limited to) social psychology, organizational behavior, and research methods.
My dissertation work examined individual differences influence cooperative judgments and decisions, advised by Pat Barclay. I was funded by the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada (SSHRC).
Biological Sciences and Psychology
In 2011 I completed a B.Sc. in Biology combined with Psychology Honours degree with First Class Standing.