In Spring 2019, I am scheduled to co-teach a course on colonial and precolonial Africa, at Princeton University. I am a graduate mentor to a number of undergraduate students through my work at Firestone Library and the University Center for Human Values.
University of Connecticut
History 3202: “International Human Rights,” Spring 2012 and Spring 2013 (with Professor Amii Omara-Otunnu)
History 3201: “The History of Human Rights,” Winter 2012 (with Professor Amii Omara-Otunnu)
UNESCO Chair Student Ambassadors for Human Rights Program Director, 2011-2013. The Student Ambassadors program was active on campus, in the community, and with international partners in the Annual UNESCO Chair Global Intergenerational Leadership Training Program, in developing and implementing projects in the interest of a more just and equitable society. These included peer education, community outreach, and hosting speakers on campus on human-rights related issues.
At Rhodes University in South Africa I was involved in both the academic programs of the Department of Psychology and the teaching, research, and outreach programs of the University administration. These included teaching the Transpersonal Psychology Workshop, running the Counselling Skills practical course, and working as a teaching assistant in the South African Psychology in Transformation course. Projects through the university administration included the sexual harassment research project on campus, and coordinating sexual harassment training workshops for students.