Fall 2009, 2010, 2012: Adjunct Professor, The Women’s College, University of Denver.

Taught atmospheric science to non-traditional, non-science majors. Topics covered included atmospheric composition and function, atmospheric moisture, adiabatic lapse rate, weather causes and patterns, global circulation, severe weather, and climate change.

Class met for four consecutive hours for seven weeks. Responsbile for syllabus, lecture, and lab creation and preparation and all grading.

Teaching evaluations consistently high for all quarters. Available upon request.

Fall 2006 – Spring 2011: TA/Tutor for University of Denver

Natural Science/Physical Geography Classes. Classes “Global Environmental Change (Honors)” and “Our Dynamic Earth” – Lab Instruction, driving university vehicles, grading. Tutor for University of Denver The Women’s College: Environmental Systems and University of Denver Learning Effectiveness Program (LEP).

Evaluations for all quarters available upon request. Awarded the DU Geography Department's Outstanding Graduate Teaching Assistant Award, 2008.