Teaching

Teaching for the University of Vermont

Teaching for the University of Vermont

Guest Lecturer, GEOG 540, Advanced Topics in Climate Change Vulnerability and Adaptation. McGill University. Montréal, March 31, 2014.

  • Led session ‘Implementing adaptation options and adaptive management’

Teaching Assistant, GEOG 290, Local Geographical Excursion. McGill University. Montréal, QC.  September 28-30, 2013.

  • Taught physical and human geography field methods, including hydrology, fluvial geomorphology, biogeography, and participant interviewing.

Guest Lecturer, GEOG 200, Geographical Perspectives on World Environmental Problems. McGill University. Montréal, QC. November 29, 2012.

  • Human Vulnerability to Climate-Related Hydrological Change in Remote Mountain Regions: A Case Study of Khumbu, Nepal.

Guest Lecturer, GEOG 200, Geographical Perspectives on World Environmental Problems. McGill University. Montréal, QC. November 18, 2010.

  • Climate Change and Mountain Populations: The Case of Khumbu, Nepal.

Course Instructor, Ice climbing and winter backcountry skills, University of Vermont. Burlington, VT, 2007-2008

Climbing Guide, Eastern Mountain Sports Climbing School. Burlington, VT, 2007-2008