Teaching

Student Concept Maps (CRP 3090/5090: Community Development)

Student Concept Maps (CRP 3090/5090: Community Development)

The following list provides an overview of the courses I have TAed, the responsibilities I have had with each course, and the guest lectures I have given.

CRP 3090/5090 “Community Development Seminar: Community Organizations in Practice
Instructor: Dr. Susan Christopherson
Cornell University, Ithaca, NY
Spring 2012

Duties: Lead and assist with lectures; meet with students; hold weekly office hours; direct organizational management of course (including Blackboard site); grade assignments

CRP 4170/5170 “Economic Development: Firms, Industries, and Regions
Instructor: Dr. Susan Christopherson
Cornell University, Ithaca, NY
Fall 2011

Duties: Lead and assist with lectures; meet with students; hold weekly office hours; direct organizational management of course (including Blackboard site); grade assignments

CRP 5850 “Food System Planning Seminar
Instructor: Dr. Mildred Warner
Cornell University, Ithaca, NY
Spring 2011

Duties: Co-design the course syllabus (first time the course was taught at Cornell); lead and assist with lectures; meet with students and help to coordinate outside of class meetings; hold weekly office hours; direct organizational management of course (including Blackboard site); grade assignments

CRP 1100 “the American City
Instructor: Dr. Katia Balassiano
Cornell University, Ithaca, NY
Fall, 2010

Duties: Lead and facilitate a weekly discussion section; meet with students; hold weekly office hours; direct organizational management of course (including Blackboard site); assist with the writing of exams; grade assignments

Guest Lectures:

  • “Food Systems and Green Cities,” CRP 3840/5840: Green Cities, Cornell University
    April 2014
  • “Environmental Systems: Soil, Agriculture, and Food Systems,” CRP 5530: Concepts and Methods of Land Use Planning, Cornell University
    March 2014
  • “Grant Writing,” Free School, Department of City and Regional Planning, Cornell University
    December 2013
  • “Evaluating Economic Development Initiatives: Social and Economic Indicators,” CRP 4170/5170: Economic Development: Firms, Industries, and Regions, Cornell University
    September 2013
  • “Quantifying the Impacts of Local Food Systems,” CRP 8300: Seminar in Regional Science, Planning, and Policy Analysis, Cornell University
    September 2013
  • “Food Systems and Community Development” CRP 3090/5090: Community Development, Cornell University, NY
    April 2013
  • “The Role of Food and Agriculture in the Development of ‘Green’ Cities and Regions” CRP 3840/5840: Green Cities, Cornell University, NY
    April 2013
  • “Social and Economic Indicators” CRP 3090/5090: Community Development, Cornell University, NY
    February 2013
  • “Quantifying the Economic Impacts of Local and Regional Food Systems” CRP 6270: Regional Impact Analysis, Cornell University, NY
    November 2012
  • “Transforming Food Systems: Opportunities for Agricultural Economic Development” CRP 4170/5170: Economic Development: Firms, Industries, and Regions, Cornell University, NY
    October 2012
  • “The Role of Food and Agriculture in the Development of ‘Green’ Cities and Regions” CRP 3840/5840: Green Cities, Cornell University, NY
    April 2012
  • “Improving Food Access,” CRP 3090/5090: Community Development, Cornell University, NY
    March 2012
  • Guest Lecturer – “Community Food Security Assessments,” CRP 3090/5090: Community Development, Cornell University, NY
    March 2012
  • “The Regional Economic Impact of Local Food Distribution,” CRP 3270/6280: Regional Impact Analysis, Cornell University, NY
    November 2011
  • “Transforming Food Systems,” CRP 4170/5170: Economic Development: Firms, Industries, and Regions, Cornell University, NY
    October 2011
  • “Where Does Food Systems Planning Fit in the Energy Transitions Picture?” CRP 6890: Energy Transitions, Cornell University, NY
    September 2011
  • “The Role of Food and Agriculture in the Development of ‘Green’ Cities and Regions” CRP 3840/5840: Green Cities, Cornell University, NY
    April 2011
  • “Agriculture as Economic Development?” CRP 4170/5170, Economic Development: Firms, Industries, and Regions, Cornell University, NY
    September 2010
  • “Food-System Planning in New York State” CRP 5170, Economic Development: Firms, Industries, and Regions, Cornell University, NY
    November 2009
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