I am an experienced instructor in computational skills, including programming, version control, and data management. I focus specifically on teaching other researchers these skillsets, which enable them to have more reproducible, accurate, and automated research workflows. I have also contributed to openly available materials for teaching this content.  

 

Semester Courses

  • Instructor, Data Carpentry (WIS 6934), University of Florida, Fall 2017 website GitHub
  • Teaching assistant, Biology I (BIOL 1610), Utah State University, Fall 2014
  • Teaching assistant, Biology I (BIOL 1610), Utah State University, Fall 2013

Workshops

  • Data Carpentry (geospatial), University of Florida, October 23-24, 2018 website
  • Data Carpentry, University of Florida, August 15-16, 2018 website
  • Data Carpentry, University of Florida, March 20-21, 2018 website
  • Software Carpentry, University of Florida, January 22-23, 2018 website
  • Data Carpentry, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, August 1-2, 2017 website
  • Software Carpentry, Columbia University, September 1-2, 2016 website
  • Software Carpentry, University of Florida, August 17-18, 2016 website
  • Software Carpentry, University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill, April 11-12, 2016 website

Curriculum Development

  • Data Carpentry semester-long course, current materials here
  • Spatio-temporal data workshop, current materials here
    • Participant in hackathon at NEON, October 21-23, 2015
  • Reproducible research workshop, current materials here
    • Participant in first hackathon at NESCent December 8-11, 2014
    • Participant in second hackathon at iDigBio December 9-19, 2015