My fascination for the social world is what I aspire to share throughout my teaching. I aim to inspire curiosity and facilitate students’ capacity to solve problems independently, to integrate multiple perspectives and methods, and to reflect critically on their own and others’ approaches.

I teach Bachelor and Master-level seminars and lead PhD workshops in the areas of environmental policy and social network analysis in German, English, and French.

Please find a list of past and upcoming classes below:

Water Policy – an interdisciplinary approach, MA seminar, University of Bern, Switzerland, Fall 2017. The seminar won the University of Bern’s FIV grant for its interdisciplinarity.

Environmental Policy of Switzerland, lecture for BA students, ETH Zürich, fall semester 2017.

Introduction to Social Network Analysis, Workshop for PhD students, Center for Development and Environment, Bern, Switzerland, September 5 – 6, 2016.

Introduction to Social Network Analysis in R, OCCR Summer School, Oeschger Centre for Climate Change Research, Grindelwald, Switzerland, August 28 – September 2, 2016.

Water Protection Policy in Light of Emerging Water Quality Challenges, course taught during the INRA/IRSTEA summer school on Management of Micropollutants in the Urban Water Cycle, Narbonne, France, July 4 – 8, 2016.

Understanding Policy Instruments, BA seminar, University of Bern, spring semester 2016.

Pollution management in the Rhine River basin, Massive Open Online Course on the platform Coursera, online teaching video, 2015.

Actors in Environmental Policy, BA seminar, University of Bern, fall semester 2014.

Applying Policy Analysis to Cases in Water Policy, BA seminar, University of Bern, fall semester 2012 .

Transdisciplinary Case Study 2011: Sustainable Water Management: the Case of Mönchaltorfer Aa, Greifensee, MA empirical research seminar, ETH Zürich, spring semester 2011.