Teaching Interests

  • Substantive

    • Sociology of family

    • Gender

    • Principles of population

    • Inequality and stratification

    • Fertility, reproductive rights, and reproductive governance

    • Contemporary Chinese society

  • Methodological

    • Undergraduate and graduate-level statistics

    • Computational methods

    • Mixed methods

    • Research design

 

 

Teaching and Mentoring Experience

At Harvard, I served as Teaching Fellow for undergraduate sociology courses in a wide range of substantive areas, including gender and work, sociology of immigration, media and popular culture, and slavery, human trafficking, and forced labor in the modern world. I have also advised senior honors thesis and participated in thesis defense and grading. 

Outside of Harvard's classroom, I taught college-level Introductory Statistics at Massachusetts Correctional Institution- Framingham, as part of the Boston University Prison Education Program. Informed by my teaching experience in diverse settings, I strive to create supportive mentoring relationships and an inclusive environment for all students.