Teaching and mentorship have been rewarding aspects of my time as a graduate student and post-doc, and I seek to maintain involvement in these activities throughout my career. I worked as a teaching assistant for multiple classes on aquatic and fish ecology, and have taught a class on how to develop a scientific question and report findings through writing and visual format (FISH 290 at the University of Washington). I have also mentored multiple undergraduate students on capstone and independent research projects, and enjoy imparting to students the tools to develop and complete their own projects. In particular, I enjoy interacting with students through hands-on activities in the field, lab and classroom.
You can find my teaching statement here. In addition, see my CV for specific teaching and mentorship experience.