I have both delivered and designed courses and seminar series in comparative and legislative politics (1stand 2ndundergraduate), political behaviour and representation (final year undergraduate and postgraduate), European Union politics (undergraduate and postgraduate). I have taught seminars in quantitative methods (undergraduate and postgraduate). At LSE I am currently responsible for designing and convening a postgraduate module on the comparative effect of EU membership on domestic policies, institutions and political behaviour as well as the core module in research design.

I have been commended for my teaching with awards from both LSE and Trinity College Dublin, as well as from excellent student feedback scores. I have won the LSE 2019 Class Teacher Awards for the European Institute and have been highly commended for ‘inspiring teaching’ at LSE 2018 Class Teacher Awards. I have been awarded the Dermot McAlesee Award for Teaching Excellence in 2015 by the School of Philosophy and Social Sciences in TCD in recognition of my teaching philosophy and outstanding teaching performance. In the same year, I have also been nominated by the School to the University-wide Trinity College Teaching Award for Postgraduate Students.

I am a committed and enthusiastic teacher that privileges dialogue-based experiential learning, and research-based teaching. Other than student-led research presentations, I often plan games/simulations, debates, research design and policy/institutional design team-projects into my classes. I believe that diversification and empiricism enhance the learning experience of students by activating long-term memory processes and critical thinking.

Listed below are the university courses I have taught so far:


2017-2018 People, Politics and Institutions in Europe
2016-2017 Dissertation Supervision
2016-2017 Politics and the People
2016-2017 The State and Political Institutions
2016-2017 Researching Politics: Political Representation
2016-2017 Parliamentary Studies
2016-2017 Introduction to Politics and IR
2015-2016 European Union Politics
2015-2016 Research Methods for Political Science (TA)
2013-2015 Comparative Politics (TA)
2012-2013 Introduction to Political Science (TA)


2018-2019 What has the European Union ever done for us? Europeanisation of policy, institutions and public opinion
2017-2019 Dissertation Supervision
2017-2019 Policy-making in the European Union (Seminars)
2017-2019 History and Theory of European Integration (Seminars)
2016-2017 European Union Politics
2015-2016 Research Methods for Political Science (TA)