I take my teaching duties seriously and have taken opportunities to improve my teaching skills. As a graduate student as Simon Fraser University I completed the Certificate Program in Graduate Teaching and Learning, a full year course for graduate students hosted by the Learning and Instruction Development Centre. Prior to this I also completed the Instructional Skills Workshop. I believe strongly in active learning for at all levels of post-secondary education and try to incorporate student centered learning activities into all of my course. Further information about my teaching style and background are provided in my Teaching Statment. The table below lists the courses that I have taught at the University of Kentucky and Simon Fraser University. Full web-pages for these courses were hosted through either Blackboard or WebCT. The links below will connect you to the syllabus for each course and further materials are available upon request.

Spring 2013:

STA 665: Categorical Data Analysis

Fall 2012:

STA 607: Theory of Statistical Inference II
STA 695: Ecological Statistics (Special Topics)

Spring 2011:

STA 671: Regression and Correlation
STA 672: Design and Analysis of Experiments

Fall 2011:

STA 607: Theory of Statistical Inference II

Spring 2011:

STA 671: Regression and Correlation
STA 672: Design and Analysis of Experiments

Previous to 2011:

STAT 450: Statistical Theory (Simon Fraser University, Fall 2005)
STAT 101: Introduction to Statistics (Simon Fraser University, Summer 2003)