My training has prepared to teach multiple courses including but not limited to Data and Energy; Technology, Media, and Public Perception; Information Technologies and Cyber Policy; and Corporate Policy. The classes that I am interested in teaching particularly benefit from interdisciplinary education. They do not only involve social and political science, but also geology, geography, earth and environmental sciences, and computer and environmental engineering. In addition to policy-oriented classes, I am also interested in teaching Programming in R; Introduction to Statistics; and more advanced methods classes for social science research, such as Structural Equation Modeling; Latent Growth Curve Modeling; and Multilevel Analysis. I plan to fully incorporate my successful teaching techniques to help students be aware of critical issues that we face in contemporary society as well as continue to develop my pedagogical repertoire.