I started teaching as Lecturer for the Departments of Sociology and Gender Studies at the University of Wisconsin-Madison in the spring of 1996 while still a doctoral student. After receiving my doctorate in 2000, I continued on at the University of Wisconsin-Madison through the summer of 2004 as a Lecturer and Visiting Professor. I also worked as an Academic Advisor with a specialty in First Year Students of Colour. In addition to the University of Wisconsin-Madson, I have also taught on the faculty for the Institute for Shipboard Education while it was housed at the University of Virginia from 2010-2014. A quick list of the all the courses and programs I have created and/or taught for State Universities are listed below.
- Flying Blind, American Women in Place and Landscape
- Forget the Alamo, The Sociology of Race in America
- The Judy Blume Revolution, An Introduction to Third Wave Feminisms
- Qualitative and Quantitative Research Methods
- Queer Studies, Introductory
- Sociology of Law, The
- Women in Cross-Societal Perspective