Information for Current Students:

Introduction to American Politics RAP (Fall 2018)

        Tuesdays and Thursdays, 11:30am - 12:45pm (in Noah Webster House, Room 104) [CAMPUS MAP]

**Office Hours (in Machmer W-34)**
        Mondays and Tuesdays 1pm - 2:30pm 
        By appointment

**Note: this course is part of the UMass Residential Academic Programs (RAP). For more information on the program visit the website: [HERE]

Student Resources:

UMass "Undergraduate Research Engagement Program" - Opportunities to participate, for credit, in faculty and graduate student research projects. I am currently seeking research assistants for a project on interest groups and think tanks, and many other interesting projects can be found here as well.

Political Science Resource Guide - An excellent compilation of PoliSci related search engines, poll results, statistics, and external links from the UMass Library.

CareerConnect Internship Search - UMass subscription to CareerConnect, an internship database. I'm more than happy to discuss these opportunities and provide letters of recommendation. 

Washington Post Monkey Cage - A site run by political scientists who connect current events to relevant political science research.

Prior Teaching Experience:

Instructor, Introduction to American Politics RAP (Fall 2018)

Teaching Assistant, Political Parties and Elections (Spring 2018)

Teaching Assistant, Introduction to Legal Studies (Fall 2016)

Teaching Assistant, Introduction to American Politics (Spring and Fall 2015, Fall 2017)

Teaching Assistant, Controversies in Public Policy (Fall 2014)

Advisor, Undergraduate Research Engagement Program (Fall 2016 - Spring 2018)