Student Advising

Nicholas Herzog, Moral thoughtfulness: Thinking carefully about complex moral problems is a virtue. Master's thesis in social science, University of Chicago, 2017 (co-advised with Daniel Bartels).

Jessica Linder, Counterfactual intentions: When exculpatory evidence makes you a worse person. Master's thesis in social science, University of Chicago, 2017 (co-advised with Eugene Caruso).
Teaching Certificate

While completing my Ph.D. at the University of Pennsylvania, I also earned a Certificate in Collegiate Teaching from the university's Center for Teaching and Learning. I strongly believe in being both a great scholar and a great teacher, and have worked to gain as much teaching experience as I can.
Teaching Experience

University of Chicago Booth School of Business
Winter 2018: Teaching Assistant for BUSE 38001, Managing in Organizations
Summer 2017: Teaching Assistant for BUSE 38870, Designing a Good Life (Executive MBA program)
Spring 2017: Teaching Assistant for BUSE 38105, Advanced Negotiations
Winter 2017: Teaching Assistant for BUSE 38119, Designing a Good Life
Summer 2016: Teaching Assistant for BUSE 38001, Managing in Organizations
Spring 2016: Teaching Assistant for BUSE 38105, Advanced Negotiations
Winter 2016: Teaching Assistant for BUSE 38119, Designing a Good Life
Fall 2015: Teaching Assistant for BUSE 37101, Consumer Behavior

University of Pennsylvania
Spring 2014: Head Teaching Assistant for Psychology 001, Introduction to Experimental Psychology
Fall 2013: Teaching Assistant for Psychology 170, Social Psychology
Spring 2013: Teaching Assistant for Psychology 170, Social Psychology
Fall 2012: Teaching Assistant for Psychology 001, Introduction to Experimental Psychology
Spring 2012: Teaching Assistant for Psychology 170, Social Psychology
Fall 2011: Teaching Assistant for Psychology 253, Judgments and Decisions