Since the early 2000’s all my university teaching has been with advanced undergraduate and Master’s-level students. All my courses share the following characteristics:

  • Situated at the interface of science, technology, policy and human values;
  • Demonstrate the role of scientific knowledge in developing strategies for action, including the limits of scientific knowledge and attendant uncertainty;
  • Deeply interdisciplinary, leading students to engage with theories and empirical evidence from natural and social sciences and the humanities;
  • Evidence-based, including heavy reliance on empirical data, graphs, tables, and other means of considering causal relationships.

Courses taught since 2000

  • Cancer: Science and Society
  • Environmental Toxicology
  • Pollution Policy: the US Perspective
  • Sustainable Consumption and Production