I currently teach graduate courses at the Munk School. During my PhD I gained significant experience as a Teaching Assistant in the Political Science Department. TAs at the University of Toronto are responsible for the majority of student contact hours, includes teaching several seminars per week, preparing students for tests, and grading assignments. I taught over 800 students during my PhD; and my evaluations consistently exceeded departmental averages. 

Course Instructor

2018 - Present

Global Migration Governance: State Sovereignty, Geopolitics, & Migrant Rights (GLA2096)

Munk School of Global Affairs & Public Policy, University of Toronto

2017

Migrants and Refugee in World Politics (JRA 402/2391)      

Munk School of Global Affairs & Public Policy, University of Toronto       

2016

The International Politics of Migration: Understanding Mobility in a Time of Crisis (POL380)

Department of Political Science, University of Toronto 

2013

Migration and the State System

Centre for Migration & Refugee Studies, American University of Cairo 

Teaching Assistant

2008-2016

2015-2017

Introduction to International Relations (POL208)

International Law (POL340)

2015-2017

2016

2014-2016

2012

US Foreign Policy (POL346)

Global Justice (POLC37)

The Politics of Nationalism & Minority Rights (POLC58)

Theoretical Approaches to International Security (POL380)