UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS AT URBANA-CHAMPAIGN
GRADUATE AND BACHELOR TEACHING ASSISTANT
2018 - 2020 

Details
Graduate and Bachelor Teaching Assistant 
MFA Full scholarship and Followership Winner

Introduction
2020 Spring - Art & Design 326 -  Sustainability & Manufacturing Design
Description - Exploration of environmental origins, theory and practice of sustainable product design. Environmentally-responsive design methodologies and topics such as industrial ecology, dematerialization, design for disassembly, design for recycling and life-cycle assessment.
Co-taught With Professor : McDonagh, Deana C​​​​​​

2020 Spring - Art & Design 318 -  Web Design
Description - This course will immerse students in a series of assignments designed to help them develop a fundamental understanding of front-end web technologies, such as HTML5, CSS and JavaScript, and prepare them to plan and develop interactive experiences.
Co-taught With Professor : Lisa Elzey Mercer

2019 Fall - Art & Design 328 - Human-Centered Product Design
Course Description - Principles of human-centered design and usability applied to products, product systems, and product environments to enhance the user experience; strategies to enhance independent learning for professional development, to further research, and to acquire new skills. 
Co-taught With Professor : McDonagh, Deana C​​​​​​

2019 Spring - Art & Design 326 -  Sustainability & Manufacturing Design
Course Description - Exploration of environmental origins, theory and practice of sustainable product design. Environmentally-responsive design methodologies and topics such as industrial ecology, dematerialization, design for disassembly, design for recycling and life-cycle assessment.
Co-taught With Professor : Bullock, William C​​​​​​​
2018 Fall - Art & Design 201 -  Industrial Design I
Course Description - Introduction to the creative process and methods involved in industrial design; research, modeling, form giving, prototyping and communication with emphasis on user centered design. Projects of escalating scale and complexity complemented by lectures and demonstrations. 
Co-taught With Professor : Bullock, William C

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