Teaching experience 

I. Teaching interest in intro, theories, and methods of communication 

  • Media, society, & public opinion

  • Communication theories

  • Digital media

  • Quantitative methods

Instructor

  • JOURN 566: Communication and Public Opinion (Spring 2021)

    • School of Journalism and Mass Communication, UW-Madison

    • Keywords: History of public opinion, Psychological and sociological mechanisms of public opinion formation, Quantitative methods, Hands-on experience in public opinion research 

Teaching Assistant

  • LIS 202: Information Divides & Differences in a Multicultural Society (Fall 2021) 

    • Information School (School), UW-Madison​

    • Keywords: Digitial divide, Information inequalities & social consequences, Native American, Hmong, and Latinos

  • JOURN 175: Media Fluency for the Digital Age (Summer 2021)

    • School of Journalism and Mass Communication, UW-Madison

    • Keywords: Foundations of digital media fluency, Blogs, Facebook, & Twitter, Trending platforms, info sites, & digital beyond the computers, Search, podcasts, & digital advertising

  • JOURN 201: Introduction to Mass Communication (Fall 2013, Spring 2014, Fall 2019, Spring 2020)

    • School of Journalism and Mass Communication, UW-Madison

    • Keywords: Media & society, Journalism & information, Strategic communication

II. Teaching interest in science and risk communication

  • Communicating science, health, and risk to the public

  • Public communication campaigns in science and health 

  • Science and technology studies

Teaching Assistant

  • STS 201: Where Science Meets Society (Fall 2017)

    • Holtz Center of Science & Technology Studies, UW-Madison

    • Keywords: What is science, and how does it work?, STEM in society, Shaping science and technology

  • HOS 133: Biology and Society, 1950-Today (Spring 2016, Spring 2017)

    • Department of History of Science, UW-Madison

    • Keywords: The institutions and social practices of biology, Governance and participation in biology, Biology and the self  

Guest Lecture

  • JOURN 617: Mass Communication and Political Behavior (Fall 2018)

    • ​Lecture title: How Science Get Comminuted in Democratic Societies

  • STS 201: Where Science Meets Society (Fall 2017)

    • ​Lecture title: Democratic Science Policymaking

  • HOS 133: Biology and Society, 1950-Today (Spring 2016, Spring 2017)

    • ​Lecture title: Public Opinion and Controversial Science and Technology