07.2016 - 08.2016
01.2014 - 04.2014
01.2013 - 04.2013
09.2013 - 12.2013
2011 - 2014
Instructor. Sociology 241: Social Psychology. University of Alberta.
Teaching assistant. Sociology 210: Introduction to Social Statistics. Taught statistics lab section on my own.
Supervisor : Dr. Michelle Maroto.
Teaching assistant. Sociology 345: Cultural Studies. Supervisor : Dr. Sourayan Mookerjea.
Teaching assistant. Sociology 260: Inequality and Social Stratification. Supervisor : Dr. Michelle Maroto
Instructional design. Co-design and implement two-day employee training workshop for Ducks Unlimited Canada through Olds College Continuing Education, Red Deer, AB.
Instructional design. Design and implement three-hour workshop for adult learners. “Local Food.” Organic Master Gardeners, Stony Plain, AB.
Graduate teaching and learning (GTL) Level II and III, University of Alberta
Certificate in Adult and Continuing Education, University of Alberta (250 hours)
Teaching practice workshop, Canadian Sociological Association Conference, Ottawa
Graduate teaching and learning (GTL) Level I, University of Alberta
Invited Lectures and Panels
Invited panelist. “Measuring Risk: Climate Change and Adverse Weather.” 4th Spur Festival, Literary Review of Canada (SSHRC partner). Calgary, AB. (90 min.)
Invited presenter with We’re Ready! Team. “We’re Ready! Community Disaster Preparedness Pilot Project.” Resilient Calgary. Calgary, AB. (20 min.; 400 registrants). View Here.
Invited presenter. “Doing it the Dutch way?: Adapting the Room for the River approach in Alberta, Canada.” UNESCO-IHE Institute for Water Education, Delft, Netherlands. (60 min.)
Invited presenter. Three presentations on flood management in Alberta and the Netherlands: Public engagement, comparing Room for the River in Alberta and the Netherlands, and the We’re Ready! project. University of Dundee, Dundee, Scotland. (60 min.)
Invited presenter. “Examining flood management and emergency preparedness.” Alberta Wilderness Association. (60 min.)
Invited presenter. “Examining flood management practices in High River, Alberta.” Office of Emergency Management, University of Alberta. (20 min.)
Invited presenter. “Culture, governance, and practices: Examining flood management in High River, Alberta.” Intersections seminar series: Exploring space, community and local governance. City-Region Studies Centre. (60 min.)
Invited guest lecture. “Research on disaster, cities, and institutions.” Sociology 291: Environmental Sociology. (80 min.)
Invited guest lecture. “Field research on disaster, cities, and institutions.” Sociology 445: Urban Sociology. (80 min.)
Panelist. “It’s not just fun and games: A role-playing game as a pedagogical approach to understanding and simulating complex socio-environmental issues.” Arts Pedagogy Research and Innovation Laboratory (APRIL) panel on experiential learning in the classroom.
Invited guest lecture. “Local food: Opportunities in food and agriculture.” Sociology 291: Introduction to Environmental Sociology.
Panelist. Sustainability summit, University of Alberta.