The Art and Practice of Teaching Statistics (Stat 303) - Fall 2018 with Xiao-Li Meng and Tracy Ke
Junior Tutorial (Stat 98) - Spring 2018
Intro to Statistical Modeling (Stat 109) - Spring 2018
Causal Inference and Program Evaluation (graduate level) (Stat 286) - Fall 2017 with Fabrizia Mealli
Statistical Sleuthing through Linear Models (Stat 139) - Spring 2017/Fall 2015
Statistical Inference (graduate level) (Stat 211) - Fall 2016 with Tirthankar Dasgupta
Statistical Methods for Evaluating Causal Effects (Stat 186) - Spring 2016 with Donald B. Rubin
honors & Distinctions
I currently serve as a departmental Pedagogy Fellow at the Derek Bok Center for Teaching and Learning. In this role, I directly manage all teaching fellows within the statistics department and help to develop and facilitate programs that promote pedagogical development for students and faculty.
I have received the certificate of distinction in teaching from the Bok Center, awarded to teaching fellows that receive average review scores of 4.5/5 or higher, for every course I have taught during my time at Harvard.
I have been actively involved with the Harvard Women in Science and Engineering Mentorship program, which pairs Ph.D. students with undergraduates in related fields, for several years.
During my time as an undergraduate at USC, I established the USC Applied Statistics Club (ASC) and served as President for 2 years. Today, ASC continues to be one of the largest and most impactful student-run organizations on campus.