Experience

Assistant Professor

In the fall of 2013, I joined the Department of Philosophy, Theology, and Religion at Saint Leo University, where I teach courses in Catholic theology and ethics.

Courses Taught
Fall 2013
REL 123 Christian Spiritual Vision
REL 210 Christian Tradition of Salvation
THY 521 Christian Ethics
Spring 2014
REL 123 Christian Spiritual Vision
THY 521 Christian Ethics
THY 575 Christology

Teaching Fellow

For 2011-2013, I was a Teaching Fellow in the Theology Department of Boston College. I taught the core curriculum course Exploring Catholicism: Tradition and Transformation, which is a year-long sequence. The full year is roughly structured on the Nicene-Constantinopolitan Creed: the first semester considers revelation, the doctrine of God, and Jesus Christ, while the second semester focuses on the Holy Spirit, the Church, sacraments, and ethics.

Syllabi
Fall 2012 Spring 2013
Fall 2011 Spring 2012

Teaching Assistant

2010-2011
I was the TA for Professor Frederick Lawrence. That year, I was responsible for giving selected lectures, meeting with students during office hours, proctoring exams, preparing class readings, and leading a weekly discussion section for the Perspectives III course.

Introduction to Christian Theology I & II Undergraduate core curriculum
Enrollment ~35
Perspectives III:
Horizons of the New Social Sciences I & II
Undergraduate
Enrollment ~8
Foundational Theology I & II Graduate
Enrollment ~15

2009-2010
I was the TA for Professor Michael Himes. I was responsible for grading papers, leading exam review sessions, and meeting with students during office hours.

Introduction to Christian Theology I & II Undergraduate core curriculum
Enrollment ~150
The Problem of Belief in Modernity (Fall) Undergraduate/graduate elective
Enrollment ~100