Teaching Experience


University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

  • Introduction to Political Science (Online)- Fall 2019

  • Politics of the European Union (Online)- Summer 2019

  • Comparative Politics in Developing Nations (Online)- Spring 2017

Berlitz JAPAN & Hosei University

  • Business and Academic English- 2006-2011

Teaching Assistant

Inter-University Consortium for Political and Social Research (ICPSR)

  • Social Choice Theory- Summer 2021 (Prof. Maggie Penn)

University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

  • Introduction to Public Policy- Spring 2022 and Fall 2016 (Prof. Jeffrey Ashley)

  • Game Theory- Spring 2020 (Prof Xiaoli Guo) and Spring 2018 (Prof. Sarah Hummel)

  • Government & Politics in Western Europe- Fall 2017 (Prof. Kostas Kourtikakis)

Michigan State University

  • Comparative Political Economy- Spring 2014 (Prof. Cristina Bodea)

  • Introduction to Comparative Politics- Fall 2012 (Prof. Brian Silver)

Consultancy and Mentoring

University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

  • Data Analyst and Consultant, Center for Innovation & Learning (CITL)- Fall 2020-Fall 2021

  • Conducted workshops on R, STATA, Qualtrics, and SPSS

  • Provided consultancy to faculty and graduate students on research design, statistical analysis, programming support and debugging code

  • Subject Pool Coordinator, Department of Political Science- Fall 2018, Spring 2019

    • Sole coordinator for the department's subject pool, assisted faculty and graduate students in designing and conducting surveys or lab experiments

    • Assisted 30 researchers program their surveys, recruited and distributed surveys to approximately 1000 respondents.

  • Graduate Mentor, Undergraduate Research Apprenticeship Program (URAP)- 2018-2022

    • Provided one-on-one training to research assistants on research design, and how their undergraduate education can be applied in professional political science research

    • Bridged disciplines (political science, computer science, economics, and statistics)

    • My mentees went on to win inter-departmental research symposium awards