I've taught diverse groups of undergraduate and graduate students in the US and Middle East. In every class, I strive to create an environment in which students feel excited about the material and discussion, comfortable speaking up, equipped with the analytical and social-emotional skills to effectively grapple with theoretical and practical challenges alongside others, and responsible for co-creating an inclusive environment that promotes everyone's success.
Introduction to Ethics (Spring 2020; Rutgers)
Bioethics (Fall 2019; Bilkent)
Moral Psychology (Spring 2019; Bilkent)
Marx, Nietzsche, and Freud (Duke)
Ancient Philosophy (Duke)
Introduction to Philosophy (Duke)
Bioethics (Tufts, X2)
Feminist Philosophy (Tufts)
As a Postdoctoral Fellow at Wake Forest, I provided pedagogy consultation---with a particular emphasis on social-emotional skill development and inclusivity in diverse contexts---for faculty across the university, including from Mathematics, Philosophy, Communications, English, and Politics, as well as the Business school and WFU School of Medicine. Consultations included support for developing learning goals and modules, as well as tailored assignments and (quantitative and qualitative) assessment strategies. I also developed pedagogical resources, including teaching guides and reading lists, and lead workshops for faculty aimed at promoting social-emotional skill development and inclusive classroom environments.
Please feel free to contact me for syllabi, teaching evaluations, or for more information about my consulting work.