I have extensive graduate and undergraduate teaching experience. My teaching is often interdisciplinary, with a focus on behavioral economics, decision-making and social and environmental policy. This fall, I taught the social science component of The Environmental Nexus, a core course for Princeton undergraduates. I have also taught a course for policy students on negotiation and conflict resolution. At NYU, I taught a special topic course in memory and learning, as well as introduction to psychology for undergraduates, and computational and mathematical methods for graduate students in the decision sciences. I collaborated with the Columbia School of Professional Studies to design a course on cognitive biases in decision-making, and taught the behavioral economics component of a course in risk management.