My teaching experience spans soil science courses taught to lower- and upper-division undergraduates and graduate students as well as lab-based soils courses. I have been a Teaching Assistant for a total of 5 courses between The University of Arizona and Auburn University, and a guest instructor for 3 courses between New Mexico State University and The University of Arizona.
New Mexico State University (2013-present) Guest instructor, Soil Classification, Topics: Soil Forming Factors and Landforms Guest lecture, Advanced Spatial Analysis, Topic: Regression kriging
Adjunct Faculty (Spring 2016)
Direct one undergraduate student for an independent study in rangeland soil morphology and classification covering soil morphology, genesis and classification of semiarid rangeland systems and teach standard techniques for describing, characterizing and classifying soil profiles.
The University of Arizona (2008-2012) Introductory Soil Science (2 semesters) Soil Morphology, Genesis, and Classification (2 semesters) Soil Fertility (1 semester) Soil Judging (1 semester)
Guest instructor, Environmental Archaeology (Spring 2011), Topic: Soil Morphology Guest instructor, Introductory Soil Science laboratory (Spring 2010 and 2011), Topic: Soil Temperature and Moisture
Mentor students (one graduate student in archaeology, teaching soil texture; Spring 2009 and one undergraduate student in crop production, supporting an independent study in GIS; Fall 2011)
Auburn University (2005-2007) Introductory Soil Science (4 semesters) Soil Morphology, Genesis, and Classification (1 semester)