Teaching Experience

Early Excellence in Teaching Award, Department of History, UW-Madison, 2019
Given for service as Teaching Assistant for HIS 224/JS 231 – “The Holocaust,” Fall 2018

Courses as Teaching Assistant

University of Wisconsin-Madison

– HIS 201 – “The Historian’s Craft: Civilians and War on the Eastern Front in World War II,” Professor Kathryn Ciancia, Spring 2019
– HIS 224/JS 231 – “The Holocaust,” Professor Amos Bitzan, Fall 2018

University of Nebraska at Omaha

– HIST 1000 – “World Civilizations I,” Professor Jeanne Reames, Fall 2014
– HIST 1000 – “World Civilizations I,” Professor Martina Saltamacchia, Spring 2014
– HIST 1000 – “World Civilizations I,” Professor Charles King, Fall 2013

Courses as Reader/Grader

University of Wisconsin-Madison

– HIS 224/JS 231 – “The Holocaust, Professor Amos Bitzan, Spring 2018
– HIS/JS 220 – “Modern Jewish History: 1492 to the Present Day,” Professor Amos Bitzan, Fall 2017

guest lecturer

– “Resistance at Treblinka and its Legacies,” HIST 201 – The Historian’s Craft, Professor Kathryn Ciancia, UW-Madison, Spring 2019
– “Revolt at Treblinka,” HIS 224/JS 231 – The Holocaust, Professor Amos Bitzan, UW-Madison, Fall 2018
– "The Holocaust," JS 211 – Introduction to Judaism, Professor Jordan Rosenblum, UW-Madison, Fall 2018
– "The Holocaust," HIST 120 – Europe and the Modern World, 1789 to the Present, Professor Mary Louise Roberts, UW-Madison,
Spring 2018
– "World War II and the Holocaust," World Civilizations II courses, University of Nebraska at Omaha, Fall 2015 and Spring 2016
– "The Holocaust," Iowa Western Community College, Clarinda, Harlan, Atlantic, and Shenandoah, Iowa, April 2016