I teach undergraduate and graduate courses on American politics, including Introduction to American Politics, Introduction to Public Policy, and the Politics of Regulation (Administrative Law) at the undergraduate level, and a graduate law, politics, and research design.

During the course of my graduate training, I served as teaching assistant for Introduction to American Politics, Constitutional Law I (Structure of Government), Constitutional Law II (Rights & Liberties), and a course on The Judicial Process.

In addition to my collegiate teaching experience, my undergraduate training at Missouri S&T included 33 credit hours of course work in education and pedagogy, culminating in a semester of student-teaching in two different rural high schools. As a student teacher, I taught American history, World history, Advanced American history, and sociology.

Below are links to some recent course syllabi:


Introduction to the Policy Process

Politics of Regulation (Administrative Law)


Political Science Scope & Method

Law & Policy

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