I am a passionate lecturer and award-winning science communicator, with extensive teaching experience. I have experience in essay marking, collection-based teaching, and curatorial expertise for museum exhibitions. My ability to break down complex issues in engaging ways was distinguished by the Keene Domus Prize 2020 at Oxford (First prize winner) for best scientific communication and outstanding presentation. I see pedagogy and collegiality as two complementary sets of skills (one not only hires a teacher, but also a colleague). As a result, I am also a collegiate team-player with a strong interest in welfare, pastoral care, and community building. This engagement led me to win the Thomas Linacre Award 2022, Linacre's highest prize distinguishing outstanding individual contributions to college life. I am happy to consider invitations to lecture, mentor and guest teach, and to design a course most adapted to your faculty needs. 

University of Oxford (2018-2022):
• ‘Histories of madness and mental healing in a global context’ | further subject, co-convener and tutor for history undergraduates | 16 hours
• ‘The Scientific movement in the seventeenth century’ | special subject, co-convener and tutor for history undergraduates | 16 hours
• ‘History of physics' | supplementary subject, tutor for physics undergraduates | 16 hours
• ‘History of science’ | supplementary subject, tutor for science undergraduates | 16 hours

Sorbonne University (2016-2017):

 • 'Danish language, literature and culture' | tutor for Nordic studies undergraduates | 18 hours