Teaching

As a graduate student in the SJMC at the University of Minnesota, I most recently taught the course “Principles of Strategic Communication” as an instructor of record.

Here’s a list of other relevant positions I have held as a graduate assistant:

Teaching Assistant

Univ. of Minnesota SJMC: JOUR 1001 “Introduction to Mass Communication

Univ. of Minnesota SJMC: JOUR 3004 “Information for Mass Communication

Univ. of Minnesota SJMC: JOUR 3005 “Mass Media Effects

Univ. of Minnesota SJMC: JOUR 3201 “Principles of Strategic Communication

Univ. of Minnesota SJMC: JOUR 4251 “Psychology of Advertising

Univ. of Minnesota SJMC: JOUR 5541 “Mass Communication and Public Health

Teaching Assistant with Independent Lab Instruction

Univ. of Minnesota SJMC: JOUR 3004 “Information for Mass Communication” (Section: Advertising)

Invited Lectures

Univ. of Minnesota SJMC: JOUR 3004 “Information for Mass Communication“: “The Advertising Pitch”

Univ. of Minnesota SJMC: JOUR 3201 “Principles of Strategic Communication“: “Branded Entertainment”

Univ. of Minnesota SJMC: JOUR 4251 “Psychology of Advertising“: “Advertising and Behavioral Change”

Univ. of Minnesota SJMC: JOUR 4251 “Psychology of Advertising“: “Memory”

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