In my classes, I use a student-centered approach to engaging students from the outset. I engage with diverse fields in order to spark cross-disciplinary conversations, ensure the development of professional expertise, and develop both hard and soft skills through class activities and assignments. I encourage students to understand key theoretical foundations, reconcile them with real-world intricacies, and assess their application and significance in practice. Lastly, I strive to tailor class activities towards multicultural sensitivity and inclusivity. 


CCJ 4497: Criminal Justice and Public Policy

Undergraduate Capstone Course 

Florida International University

PUBAFRS 5506: Administration of Criminal Justice Policy

Graduate Course

The Ohio State University

PUBAFRS 3500: Public Management

Undergraduate Course 

The Ohio State University

"Tell me and I’ll forget. Teach me and I’ll remember. Involve me and I’ll learn."

– Benjamin Franklin