I enjoy working with students at all levels. I have taught undergraduate Statistics and Introductory Psychology as instructor of record (University of Toledo), given guest lectures in a doctoral-level Social Psychology course (University of Toledo), and facilitated small group seminars for Psychiatry residents and first-year medical students (UCSF). Most recently, I designed and taught a graduate seminar in Social Media, Health, & Well-Being (Stanford University).

I find mentoring to be among the most fulfilling (and fun!) aspects of an academic career. I have experience mentoring undergraduate students, graduate students, and recent college graduates in both research and teaching activities.

Additional teaching interests and qualifications include:

  • Health Psychology
  • Social Psychology
  • Applied Social Psychology
  • Research Methods
  • Social Cognition
  • Research Practicum
  • Career development topics
  • Seminars related to health behaviors, digital health, tobacco control, and psychosocial factors in health