Statistics is at the core of psychology's scientific method, and my approach to teaching undergraduate statistics brings passion and humor to what some consider to be the driest topic in the major. Through this and other expreiences, I have taught and mentored diverse populations including high school, undergraduate, and graduate students from psychology, engineering, and gender studies. My teaching and mentoring activities also reflect my commitment to increasing the full participation of underrepresented racial and other marginalized groups in psychology and women in STEM.
Statistics, Yale University I taught statistics—a psychology major requirement—to 214+ undergraduate students both in person and online (due to the pandemic). In this role, I hired and supervised a teaching staff of six graduate and three undergraduate teaching assistants.
Multivariate Statistics, Yale University Statistical Power An invited lecture in statistical methods given to psychology graduate students in a small seminarMultiple Regression An invited lecture in statistical methods given to psychology graduate students in a small seminar Introduction to R A workshop in statistical methods given to psychology graduate students in a small seminar
Psychology of Gender Images, Yale University Psychological Consequences of Sexualization in Images An invited discussion-focused class given to interdisciplinary undergraduate students in a small seminar
Gender and Psychology, Yale University Gender Bias A reoccurring invited discussion-focused class given to psychology undergraduate students in a small seminar
Advance Placement in Psychology, Milford High School Gender Bias in Category Representation An invited lecture given to high school students
Gender Disparities in STEM and Strategies for Overcoming, Yale UniversityI led reoccurring workshops for the Society of Women Engineers that were designed to combat gender bias in STEM and attended by STEM graduate students and faculty. The workshop featured an application of the VIDS Intervention.
Undergraduate Thesis Student: Ayotunde Ifaturoti Yale University "The Effect of White Privilege on White Americans’ Endorsement Color-blind Racial Ideology and Perceptions of Fairness" Mellon Mays Fellow
Master's Student: Marilena Juettemeier University of Oslo "Cross-cultural Investigation of the Phenomenon of Androcentrism"
Diversity Committee Mentees: Ajua Duker Srishti Goel
Research Assistants: Ayotunde Ifaturoti Christina Sanzari Claire O'Leary Erica Yuvarti Ingrid Freidman Rachel Goldberg Skylar Chau Summer Baxter
Teaching Assistants: Ajua Duker Alyssa Arre Chance Adkins Ryan Carlson Jin Hua Li Maxwell Richardson Oishani Basuchoudhary Xanni Brown Zachary Silver