Teaching excellence is a priority. This page contains some general information about my experience. A more detailed teaching portfolio is available upon request.

Teaching Competencies

  • Media Studies
  • Critical/Cultural Studies
  • Communications Technologies and New Media
  • Media Industries and Political Economy
  • Mass Communication / Media Literacy / Public Speaking
  • Media History and Policy
  • Qualitative methods

Teaching at Queens College, City University of New York

  • Capitalism & Media (graduate level)
  • Digital Economics (graduate level)
  • Media Technologies (undergrad historical survey 100 level)
  • Political Economy of Media (undergrad 200 level)
  • Digital Media and Social Justice (undergrad writing intensive seminar 300 level)

Teaching at DePaul University

  • New Media Economies (graduate level)
  • Surveillance Society (graduate level)
  • Intellectual Property and Authorship in the Digital Age (graduate level)

Teaching at University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign

  • New Media, Culture & Society
  • Economics of the Media
  • Introduction to New Media [teaching assistant]
  • Media Literacy [teaching assistant]

Curriculum Development and Service

I serve on the Undergraduate Studies Committee in my department at Queens College. We are currently redesigning our core majors of media studies and film studies.

In 2012 I served on the project team for an NSF funded curriculum development grant at the University of Illinois. The grant supported a project to create a group of digital media education foundations courses at Illinois’ College of Media. Separately, I was invited to present a workshop, “Engaging Students in Classroom Discussion,” at the Illinois Center for Teaching Excellence’s 2011 Graduate Academy for College Teaching.