For nearly a decade, I have been teaching information technology ethics, as well foundational concepts in information, media, and culture. More recently, my teaching has centered on social, ethical, and political issues in data science, with a focus on the topics of power, identity, and violence.


University of Washington

Assistant Professor (2017-current)

INFO 102: Gender and Information Technology (Undergraduate level)

INSC 598 (Special Topics): Data, Politics, and Power (Graduate level)

IMT 589 (Special Topics): Data Ethics (Graduate level)


University of California, Berkeley

Lecturer and Postdoctoral Scholar (2015-2017)

W231: Legal, Policy, and Ethical Considerations for Data Scientists (Graduate level)

INFO 88A: Data and Ethics (Undergraduate level)


University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee

Graduate Student and Adjunct Instructor (2010-2014)

INFOST 110: Introduction to Information Science and Technology (Undergraduate level)

INFOST 120: Information Technology Ethics (Undergraduate level)


Quinnipiac University

Adjunct Instructor (2010-2013)

ICM 501: Theories of Interactive Media (Graduate level)