Linfield College

Assistant Professor of Theatre Studies, Fall 2017 – present Fall 18 INQS 125-16: Witches, Big Bad Wolves, and Reimagined Fairy Tales One of the first ways children learn to make sense of the world around them is through stories—often, fairy tales. These narratives get reinvented over and over again and examining different interpretations can help…

Stanford University

Stanford University, Lecturer, Theater and Performance Studies, 2016 – 2017 Stanford University, Fellow, Program in Writing and Rhetoric, 2014 – 2016 Designed and taught five required writing courses per year for Stanford freshman and sophomores. Actively participated in committee work and regular program meetings. TAPS 154M: The Musical as History Theater and Performance Studies, Stanford…

Patten University at San Quentin State Prison

ENG101b: Writing Composition: War and Literature Patten University at San Quentin State Prison, English Department, Co-Instructor (Fall 2012) Taught college-level writing to 22 inmates working toward their Associate’s degree through the Prison University Project (PUP) *All instructors at PUP are volunteers ENG101b: Writing Composition and Greek Tragedy Patten University at San Quentin State Prison, English…

University of Texas at Austin

The University of Texas at Austin, Department of Theatre and Dance Teaching Assistant, Fall 2007 – Spring 2009 Lectured to 400+ students led class discussion graded papers wrote exam questions assisted with syllabi generated assignments met with students during office hours TD301: Introduction to Theatre for Non-Majors (Spring 2009) Survey course of 400 undergraduates, included…