Philosophy

My teaching is based in strengthening students’ critical thinking skills and has won campus-wide teaching awards at U.C. Berkeley. I have taught a number of courses at undergraduate and graduate levels. I have also co-instructed a number of intensive week-long trainings on the use of open source software for processing of massive spatial datasets and the analysis of forest structure and carbon stock data using Program R.

A select list of the courses and workshops I have taught is provided below.


Courses Taught

Fall 2021 - Applied Forest Ecology: Silviculture, U.C. Berkeley, Instructor of Record

Spring 2019, 2020 - Forest Ecosystem Management and Planning, U.C. Berkeley, Graduate Student Instructor.

Spring 2018 - Introduction to the Methods of Environmental Science, U.C. Berkeley, Graduate Student Instructor.

Spring 2017 - Resource Management, U.C. Berkeley, Graduate Student Instructor.

Spring 2016 - Sampling Methodology and Practice, Yale University, Teaching Fellow.


Workshops

Summer 2020 - Analysis of forest structure and carbon stock data using Program R, U.S. Forest Service, Instructor of Record

Spring 2019 - Massive geocomputation using open source software, Yale University, Co-Instructor

Spring 2019 - GDAL/OGR software, GeoMatters Working Group, UC-Berkeley, Instructor

Summer 2018 - Massive geocomputation using open source software, UC-Berkeley, Co-Instructor

Spring 2018 - Massive geocomputation using open source software, Yale University, Co-Instructor