top of page


I am passionate about educating the next generations of students to become engaged climate-literate citizens. My main goal is to provide students with solid climate science concepts and practical applications that will allow them to apply their knowledge to real-world problems and communicate their understanding of climate change and environmental issues to diverse audiences.

Core philosophy

🌎 Employ interactive teaching to promote students' engagement.

🌎 Encourage students to become effective communicators (specifically, computational, writing, and public speaking skills).

🌎 Provide a supporting and welcoming environment.

🌎 Integrate climate literacy and environmental justice into class lessons. 

Screenshot 2024-02-23 161349_edited.jpg

Teaching experiences & trainings

🌏 Head Assistant to the Instructor for EPS131 Natural Disaster (n = 72) and guest Lecturer for climate change, history, mitigation, and adaptation topics.

🌏 Teaching assistant and laboratory instructor for EPS201 Earth and Environment (n = 131).

🌏 Undergraduate teaching assistant for GEOL1370 Environmental Geochemistry.

🌏 Pedagogy training at Washington University.

- Participated a year-long pedagogy training program, EPIC.

- Member of the Center for the Integration of Research, Teaching, and Learning (CIRTL)

- Completed 10 pedagogy certificates

bottom of page