Guest Lectures

One of the biggest perks of working at a university is to be able to partner with faculty to teach courses. I have taught modules on Big Data, Python programming and Digital Presence. Below is a list of courses where I was able to partner with faculty:

Digital Presence

  • Spring 2016, CCTP 850 – Digital Presence and Strategic Persuasion, Georgetown University with Dr. Jeanine Turner.
    This is a graduate level course and I gave a guest lecture on Digital Presence and some approaches to consider when embarking on the journey to create one’s web presence.

Big Data

  • Fall 2014, Operations and Information Management (OPIM) 257, Georgetown University with Dr. Betsy Sigman.
    This is an undergraduate course for Juniors and Seniors in the McDonough School of Business. In this iteration of the course, we improved upon previous versions of this module and taughts students Splunk. We worked through a project where students would take live Twitter feed and analyze it using Splunk. This modules of the course also results in a paper!
  • Fall 2013, Operations and Information Management (OPIM) 257, Georgetown University with Dr. Betsy Sigman.
    This is an undergraduate course for Juniors and Seniors in the McDonough School of Business. In this iteration of the course, we partnered with IBM and In this course, I helped teach Hadoop and some basic Python programming.
  • Fall 2012, Operations and Information Management (OPIM) 257, Georgetown University with Dr. Betsy Sigman.
    This is an undergraduate course for Juniors and Seniors in the McDonough School of Business. In this course, I helped teach Hadoop and some basic Python programming.

Teaching Assistant

  • Spring 2018, LDES 504 – Learning Analytics, Georgetown University with Dr. Yianna Vovides.
    This is a graduate level course where I was able to provide my academic and professional expertise as a software engineer to work with students to help them understand the complexities of data analysis specifically focussed on data generated by faculty and students.