My teaching experience ranges from introductory-level courses to senior seminars across both in-person and online formats. I have taught courses in ethics, applied ethics, social and political philosophy, feminist philosophy, logic, philosophy of mind, and introduction to philosophy.

My devotion to teaching received recognition with Rutgers University’s Award for Distinguished Contributions to Undergraduate Education, one of the institution’s most prestigious teaching awards.

Teaching Experience

  • As Solo Instructor
    • Markets, Ethics, and Society, Stanford University, Fall 2022
    • Philosophizing with Women Thinkers, Hope House, Summer 2022
    • Introduction to Logic, Rutgers University, Spring 2020 (Half Online)
    • Current Moral and Social Issues, Rutgers University, Spring 2019
  • As Teaching Assistant
    • Introduction to Philosophy-Writing Intensive, Rutgers University, Fall 2019
    • Current Moral and Social Issues, Rutgers, Fall 2018
    • Introduction to Ethics, Texas Tech University (TTU), Spring 2016
    • Minds, Brains, and Computers, TTU, Fall 2015
    • Introduction to Ethics, TTU, Spring 2015
    • Introduction to Logic, TTU, Fall 2014
    • Social Justice and Democracy, National Yang-Ming University (NYMU), Fall 2013
    • Animal Minds and Consciousness, NYMU, Spring 2013

Sample Syllabi

  • Business Ethics (Introductory Level)
    • designed for students with no prior background in ethics; covering various philosophical and ethical issues related to business; taught at Stanford (Fall 2022)
  • Current and Moral Social Issues (Introductory Level)
    • an examination of central topics in moral and social-political philosophy; taught at Rutgers (Spring 2019)
  • Introduction to Philosophy (Introductory Level)
    • a broad survey of central philosophical issues; course materials drawn from diverse philosophical cultures
  • Introduction to Logic (Introductory Level)
    • an introduction to two systems of formal logic: Truth-Functional Logic and First-Order Logic; taught at Rutgers (Spring 2020)
  • East Asian Philosophy (Intermediate Level)
    • a broad overview of East Asian (inc. Chinese, Japanese, and Korean) philosophical thoughts
  • Feminist Philosophy (Advanced Level)
    • an introduction of central ideas in feminist philosophy and a survey of various feminist frameworks for thinking about philosophical issues
  • Social and Political Philosophy (Advanced Level)
    • an examination of central topics in social and political philosophy, such as political authority and individual autonomy, challenges to democracy, and different forms of injustice
  • Philosophy of Artificial Intelligence (Advanced Level)
    • an examination of inquiries that emerge from the development and deployment of AI from the past, present, to the (potential) future

Teaching Training

  • Rutgers Online Learning Conference, Rutgers University, Summer 2020
  • Seminar on Introduction to Online and Hybrid Teaching, Rutgers University, Spring 2020
  • Teacher Training Certificate, Philosophy Department, Rutgers University, Spring 2019
  • Seminar on Teaching in Philosophy, Texas Tech University, Fall 2014