My teaching is focused primarily on the integration of the physical, natural, and social sciences of water resources and global change. Though I have taught courses that have focused more exclusively on one of the disciplinary perspectives, I find that bringing real-world problems into the classroom requires that the students start to think about assimilating their previous coursework in new ways. In addition to classroom teaching, I work with 5-8 undergraduate and graduate students each semester, involving them in our ongoing research projects and training them in a range of decision support science methodologies.
Causes and Implications of Global Change, Fall 2017 (syllabus)
Capstone in Environmental Science and Policy, Spring 2017, Fall 2016 (syllabus)
Special Topics Environmental Science and Policy: Global Climate Change – Coastal Resilience and Indicators, Spring 2015 (syllabus)
Special Topics Environmental Science and Policy: Physical, Ecological, and Societal Climate Change Indicators to Support Mitigation and Adaptation Decisions, Spring 2015, Fall 2014, Spring 2014, Fall 2013 (syllabus)
Special Topics Research: Climate Science Policy, Spring 2013
Feminism and Ecology, 2005 (syllabus)