Prior to joining the faculty at UIC, I taught a number of courses in sociology at New College of Florida and University of Michigan, including Marriage and the Family; Social Psychology; Research Methods; Sociology of Education; Women and Work; and Elementary Statistics.
At UIC, my primary teaching role is in the Master of Health Professions Education (MHPE) program. I am course director for one core course and three electives in the program. I am also the founding director of the department's new PhD in HPE program.
I also teach in the undergraduate medical education (i.e., medical school) curriculum at UIC - sessions focused primarily on inequality, identity, and bias: