2016, January. “Using Primary Literature in the Classroom—Teaching to read for the social sciences.” Teaching Science Seminar for faculty. Dartmouth Center for Advancement in Learning, Dartmouth College, Hanover, NH.

2015, May. “Internet bullying and the politics of DOXing.” Presentation as guest lecturer and
discussant for WGST 67.3, Sex, Violence, and the Internet, Dartmouth College, Hanover, NH.
Instructor: Susan Brison.

2015, May. Invited discussant and guest speaker at International Development Forum, Dartmouth
College, Hanover, NH.

2014, October. “Race, sex, and disease: Biopolitics and syphilis during the US ocupation of Haiti
(1915-1934).” Colloquium workshop and paper presentation, Department of Geography,
Dartmouth College, Hanover, NH.

2012, February. “Cholera: History, epidemiology, and a case study in Haiti.” Presentation as guest
lecturer for Geography 380: Geographical Patterns of Health and Disease, University of Washington,
Seattle, WA. Instructor: Todd Faubion

2012, January. “Primary Health Care: The role of FQHCs in the health safety net.” Presentation as
guest lecturer for Geography 380: Geographical Patterns of Health and Disease, University of
Washington, Seattle, WA. Instructor: Todd Faubion

2012, January. “Doing Ethnography and Interviewing.” Invited speaker for Geography 497: Tutorial in
Geography for Honors Students, University of Washington, Seattle, WA. Instructor: Lucy Jarosz

2011, November. “Kickoff event – Climate and Diversity in the department.” Climate and
Diversity Committee. Co-organizer and co-facilitator. UW Club, University of Washington, WA.

2011, October. Invited discussant and guest speaker at Coffee Chat with the Critical Development
Forum, University of Washing, Seattle, WA.

2011, March. “Impact of the Haitian Revolution on the Americas.” Presentation as guest lecturer
for Geography 435: Social Movements in Latin America, University of Washington, Seattle, WA.
Instructor: Ron Smith

2011, February. “Case study: Haiti.” Presentation as guest lecturer for Geography 331: Global Poverty
and Care, University of Washington, Seattle, WA. Instructor: Victoria Lawson

2010, August. “Primary Health Care: The role of FQHCs and independent not-for-profit health
clinics.” Presentation as guest lecturer for Geography 280: The Geography of Health and Health Care,
University of Washington, Seattle, WA.

2009, October. With Steve Herbert and Matthew Townley “Assessment of three public safety /
human services projects: Court Specialized Treatment and Access to Recovery Services (CO-
STARS), Get off the Streets (GOTS), and Communities Uniting Rainier Beach (CURB).” Study
findings presentation to the Public Safety Committee of the Seattle City Council, Seattle, WA.

2009, August. “Social safety net primary health care: FQHCs and independent not-for-profit health
clinics.” Presentation as guest lecturer for Geography 280: The Geography of Health and Health Care,
University of Washington, Seattle, WA.

2008, November. With Josephine Ensign, Zoe Freeman, and Nancy Kenny. “Community
classroom collaboration: Bringing the community to your classroom.” Panelist for Provost
Workshop on Teaching and Learning, University of Washington, Seattle, WA.