EducationPhD University of Florida, Medical Anthropology August 2019 MPH University of Florida, Epidemiology May 2016 MA University of Florida, Biological Anthropology May 2015 BA University of Texas in Austin, Anthropology December 2011
Course Instructor/Teaching Assistant
University of Florida, Gainesville, FL August 2013 – December 2018
- Designed and presented lectures, assignments, exams, and monitored student learning outcomes for course sizes ranging from 20-100+ students.
- Provided detailed feedback on assessments and advised students regularly on how to improve performance and facilitate in-depth comprehension of the material.
- Oversaw student concerns and any necessary learning accommodations while working as a cohesive member of a team with other instructors and teaching assistants.
Global Health Cultures: ANT 3478 — University of Florida, Anthropology Department Designed and instructed upper division course with 100 students, covering cultural differences in health and medicine throughout the world and through time.
Integrated Principles of Biology Laboratory: BSC 2010L — UF, Biology Department Instructed biology lab for science majors, taught 3 sections of 20 students each, included lectures, basic laboratory techniques and hands-on experiments.
Culture and Medicine: ANT 4462 — Surveys the relationship of anthropology to the art and science of medicine through cross-cultural comparisons and specific ethnographic examples.
Global Humankind: ANT 4930 — Explores how people across the world adapt and develop cultural strategies in an ever-changing, globally connected world.
Human Sexuality: ANT 2301 — Examines human sexuality from an anthropological point of view, via a wide range of human sexual experiences across cultures and over the evolutionary history of the human species. Led discussion sections and graded all assignments for 3 sections of 25 students each.
Introduction to Biological Anthropology: ANT 3514C — Foundational course introducing genetics, geology, paleontology, comparative anatomy, primate biology and material culture from an anthropological perspective. Led discussion sections and graded all assignments for 3 sections of 20 students each in online & in-class versions for multiple semesters.
Skeleton Keys: ANT 3520 — Introduction to forensic anthropology and the principles of the recovery and analysis of human skeletal remains.
Business Anthropology: ANT 4930 — Provides practical training in a variety of research methods and teaches students how to apply anthropological principles to non-traditional careers in tech or industry.