In the summer of 2019, I designed and taught an advanced undergraduate course on Government and Politics in Latin America at UCLA.
I was a teaching fellow/assistant for 9 undergraduate courses at UCLA:
Politics and Strategy (Introduction to Game Theory). Fall 2017
Political Institutions and Economic Development, (Grant from the the Instructional Development Program to design the materials and teach about politics and economic development using data analysis and visualization in “half-flipped” classroom environment). Winter 2017
Government and Politics in Latin America. Spring 2017, Winter 2016, Spring 2015
Political Economy of Development. Spring 2016
Introduction to Comparative Politics. Fall 2015, Fall 2014
Introduction to American Politics. Winter 2015
Prior to my PhD, I taught a course on experimental and quasi-experimental methods to policy analysts at INVALSI (Istituto nazionale per la valutazione del sistema dell’istruzione) in Rome, Italy.