Over the years, I have taken on several teaching roles. At The George Washington University, I was a Teaching Assistant (TA) for the Introduction to Systems Analysis course and an industry mentor for the Senior Project in Systems Engineering course. I was also the TA and recurring guest lecturer for EMSE’s Doctoral Research Methods.
At the University of Toronto (U of T), I developed a short doctoral seminar series on Contributing to Scholarly Theory. The seminar’s material filled a gap in U of T’s core doctoral coursework for Mechanical Engineers. I also guest lectured the Introduction to Mechanical & Industrial Engineering course.
I have mentored junior researchers during my Ph.D. and as a Postdoctoral Fellow. Previously, I mentored the NASA Centennial Challenges Program intern. My mentee’s work was used in the Program's briefings to NASA Headquarters.
Currently, I mentor graduate and undergraduate researchers. Under the supervision of Dr. Alison Olechowski, I advise two Ph.D. students on their doctoral work and two undergraduates assisting with the lab’s research agenda. So far, we have co-authored four papers: two to peer-reviewed conferences, and two to key journals in the field of design.