Teaching and Mentoring

My Approach

Science is a methodology rather than a mere collection of facts. This idea revolutionized my worldview and taught me to think critically. Now in my own teaching and mentoring, I strive to impart this passion for psychology's scientific method to teach my students how to think more than what to think.

I have been a teaching assistant, lecturer, and mentor to diverse populations including high school, undergraduate, and graduate students from psychology, engineering, and gender studies.

Lectures

Statistical Power
PSYC 518: Multivariate Statistics
An invited lecture in statistical methods given to psychology graduate students

Multiple Regression
PSYC 518: Multivariate Statistics
An invited lecture in statistical methods given to a psychology graduate students

Psychological Consequences of Sexualization in Images
WGSS 466/PSYC 414: Psychology of Gender Images
An invited discussion-focused lecture given to inter-disciplinary undergraduate students

Gender Bias in Category Representation
Milford High School Advance Placement in Psychology
An invited lecture given to high school students

Gender Bias
WGSS 314/PSYC 342: Gender and Psychology
A reoccurring invited lecture given to psychology undergraduate students

Workshops

Gender Disparities in STEM and Strategies for Overcoming
Society of Women Engineers at Yale
A reoccurring invited workshop given to science graduate students and faculty that includes an application of the VIDS Intervention

Introduction to R
PSYC 518: Multivariate Statistics
A workshop in statistical methods given to a psychology graduate class

Mentees

Thesis Students:
Ayotunde Ifaturoti
PSYC 493: Directed Research
Fall 2016-Spring 2017

Research Assistants:
Ayotunde Ifaturoti
Christina Sanzari
Erica Yuvarti
Rachel Goldberg
Summer Baxter