• Community Engaged Teaching

  • This article profiles a grant-funded social science research methods course that I taught in Winter 2017. This course included a research partnership with the Second Chance Center, Colorado's largest community reintegration program run by and for formerly incarcerated individuals. Many thanks to the Center for Community Engagement and Service Learning (CCESL) for supporting this work. 

    In Winter-Spring 2018, I participated in a grant-funded pilot project entitled Pathways to the Public Good project. Through this project I mentored three former students as they created e-portfolios defining each student's 'public identity' through a collection of artifacts and reflections. The university awarded three of the 21 participating students with Distinguished Public Goods Scholar awards and two of my amazing students won! Congratulations Cristin Espinoza and Andi Schlut

    Congratulations are also due to my Capstone student, Danielle Trujillo... For more about her published paper and the Democratic Erosion Capstone Seminar, please see here.  

  • Speaking Events & Public Commentary

  • The Monkey Cage -- the Washington Post politics blog
    Zambia’s violent and razor-close election is mired in controversy. Here’s why. (9/18/2016)
  • Panel Discussion: Democracy in Principal and Practice

    Organized by the Denver Project for Humanistic Inquiry, this event is free and open to the public. Thursday 9/29/16, 6 PM, at History Colorado, 1200 Broadway, Denver CO.  Link here

  • Conversations in the Disciplines

    Presented on my research and teaching in 2017

  • CCESL panel

    Presented on my community-engaged course with a representative from the SCC (our community partner organization) and a student from the course, 2018.

  • Other On-Campus Engagement

This portfolio last updated: 25-Oct-2019 3:34 PM