Courses taught as a teaching assistant
- POLSCI 681: Intermediate Game Theory with Scott Page (Winter 2019, UMich, graduate)
- POLSCI 599: Statistical Methods for Political Science Research with Yuki Shiraito (Fall 2018, UMich, graduate)
- POLSCI 993: Graduate Student Mentor with Lisa Disch (Winter 2018, UMich, graduate)
- CMPLXSYS 391: Modeling Political Processes with Scott Page (Fall 2017, UMich, undergraduate)
- POL314: Assisted students with data analysis for a public opinion class with Neil Nevitte (Fall 2015, UToronto, undergraduate)
- Lecture notes for POLSCI 599 (2018) [447 KB download, PDF]. These are the notes for the weekly lectures I gave in POLSCI 599, which is the first empirical methods class of the UMich political science department's PhD methods sequence. These sections were designed to complement lectures by Yuki Shiraito.
- R and Stata introduction for POL314 (2015) [773 KB download, PDF]. Many of the students in this class had never written a line of code, but the final project involved some data analysis. Before this document, TAs had been meeting individually with students to show them how to do every step from downloading R all the way up to simple hypothesis testing in a Canadian Election Study dataset. I wrote this document so that we could ask students to do all of the simple steps on their own, before they met with a TA. So, this document covers only the very basics, but with plenty of pictures!
I compiled every teaching review that I have received as a Graduate Student Instructor into this document, because they are fairly difficult to read in their original format [40 KB download, PDF]. The accuracy and completeness of this document can be verified by downloading my official university-issued reviews below, which also contain my numerical ratings.
This page was last modified on 2019 January 30 Samuel Baltz