Teaching and Mentoring

My teaching and mentoring philosophy focuses on empowering students to succeed inside and outside the classroom by increasing engagement, developing critical thinking skills, and understanding how to transfer these and other skills outside the classroom. These aims work in tandem to increase students’ achievements and confidence, particularly for underrepresented and underserved students.

 

I value teaching and mentoring students in research because as an underrepresented student myself, I recognize the pivotal role teaching and mentoring played in my development as a scholar. In turn, I wish to participate in the development of the next generation of students.

Teaching Experience

Instructor 

 

Teaching Assistant

  • Quantitative Methods in Psychology

  • Infant and Child Development Laboratory

  • General Psychology

  • Social Psychology

mentoring Experience

Emily Kadosh, Associate Recruiter, The Bachrach Group

  • Dorothy and David Cooper Scholarship Summer Undergraduate Research Fellowship

  • Honors Thesis in Psychology

Jonathan Vides, PhD Student, CUNY

  • Ronald E. McNair Scholar Award (awarded to one Ronald E. McNair Scholar each year)

  • SPSP Diversity Fund Undergraduate Registration Award

  • SPSP Poster Award Finalist

  • Aresty Undergraduate Research Funding ($200)

  • Honors Thesis in Psychology

Pamela Gomez, PhD Student, Rutgers-Newark

  • Aresty Undergraduate Research Funding ($600)

  • Honors Thesis in Psychology

Samuel Klein, PhD Student, University of Minnesota 

  • Aresty Undergraduate Research Funding ($800)

  • Eastern Regional Research Award ($400), Eastern Psychological Association

Arshneil Kaur

  • Aresty Undergraduate Research Funding ($400)

  • Aresty Undergraduate Best Poster Award ($250)

Sterling Hubbard

  • Rutgers Research in Science and Engineering Scholar

Rutgers University

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