Massachusetts Institute of Technology
I teach graduate and undergraduate courses on international relations and security studies, and strive to help students at all levels apply political science theories and methods to study policy-relevant questions. I received a 2021 Levitan Teaching Award from MIT’s School of Humanities, Arts, and Social Sciences (SHASS) and serve as a Faculty Fellow with the MIT SHASS Burchard Scholars Program.
I currently offer the following courses:
- 17.449 – Emerging Technology and International Security (Undergraduate)
- 17.46 – National Security Policy (Undergraduate)
- 17.432 – Causes of War: Theory and Method (Graduate)
- 17.S951 – International Politics of Emerging Technology (Graduate)
Outside of MIT, I serve as a fellow with Bridging the Gap Project, helping to facilitate workshops that equip graduate students to engage in policy-relevant research.