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Duke University

History 549S: “Histories of Science and Technology,” Fall 2019 (syllabus)

History 106: Science and the Modern World, Spring 2020 (syllabus)

Boston College

History 1713: “Environmental Crisis: How Past Disasters Shape the Present,” Fall 2018 (syllabus)

History 2880: “Drugs, Chemicals, and Health in Global History,” Fall 2018 (syllabus)

History 1714: “Can Machines Think? Artificial Intelligence in Historical Perspective,” Spring 2019 (syllabus)

History 2881: “History of Biotechnology,” Spring 2019 (syllabus)

Harvard University

History of Science 131V: “Environments in Crisis,” Fall 2017 (syllabus)
Awarded “Certificate of Excellent in Teaching”

Princeton University

Preceptor, History 211: “Europe from Antiquity to 1600” (Anthony Grafton), Fall 2015

Preceptor, History 292: “Science in the Modern World” (Michael Gordin), Fall 2012 

NSF / American Chemical Society Online Chemistry Course

Lecturer, Cheminformatics Online Chemistry Course, Summer-Fall 2015, Spring 2017
Module on foundations of chemical structure representation: (Part 1) (Part 2) (Part 3)

Harvard University

Course Assistant, Math Xa & S-Xab: “Introduction to Functions and Calculus,” Fall 2003,  Summer 2004, Fall 2004
Awarded “Certificate of Distinction in Teaching,” Fall 2004


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