Teaching

2019: Lecturer for ‘Population Processes in the Developed World’, second-year module for BSc degrees in geography and population studies, University of Southampton. Designed and delivered four lectures and one seminar on gender, fertility, and employment to 27 students. See a sample lecture here.

2019: Lecturer for ‘Human Rights, Wellbeing and Politics’, first-year module for various BSc degrees in sociology, social policy, and criminology, University of Southampton. Will design and deliver three lectures on new social risks and gender and welfare states to 42 students. See a sample lecture here.

2018: Teaching Assistant for ‘Research Communication Skills’, module for various MSc degrees in social sciences, University of Southampton. Marked and gave feedback on 21 student essays.

2017: Teaching Assistant for ‘Introduction to Quantitative Methods’, first-year module for various BSc degrees in social sciences, University of Southampton. Delivered computer workshops and tutorials on statistical methods to 32 students.

2016-17: Guest Lecturer for ‘Comparing Welfare States’, third-year module for BSc Sociology and Social Policy, University of Southampton. Designed and delivered a lecture on gender and the welfare state.

2014-15: Demonstrator for ‘Social Problems and Social Policy’, first-year module for various BSc degrees in sociology, social policy, and criminology, University of Southampton. Designed and delivered seminars and gave feedback on presentations, essays, and exam scripts.