2014-2015 Adjunct Professor, Park University, Parkville, Kansas. Created and taught courses “Global Sustainability,” “Geopolitics and Terrorism,” and “Geography of Latin America.”
2012 Adjunct Professor, Command and General Staff College, Fort Leavenworth, Kansas. Created and taught course “Geography of Mexico: Culture, History, and Political Structure” as part of Southwest Border Scholar’s Program.
2007-2011 Instructor, distance learning courses “Principles of Human Geography” and “Principles of Physical Geography” for University of Kansas Continuing Education Program (KUCE); proposed and enacted significant revisions to both courses.
2008 Instructor, “Introductory Lab in Physical Geography,” University of Kansas.
2005 Instructor and course developer, “Concepts in Human Geography,” University of Kansas.
2000 Visiting Instructor, Universidad Autónoma de Yucatán, Mérida, México. Developed and taught “Introducción al Diseño del Paisaje” [“Introduction to Landscape Design”], with emphasis on incorporating regional indigenous ethnobotanical techniques and geographic concepts into contemporary landscape designs.
1994 Teaching assistant, “History of the U.S. Built Environment,” University of California, Berkeley.