Teaching certificates

In 2019, I was awarded a teaching certificate for higher education teaching. I also regularly participate in pedagogical training. In 2022-2024, I completed the ACUE‘s courses about Promoting Active Learning Online, Inspiring Inquiry and Preparing Lifelong Learners, Creating an Inclusive and Supportive Online Learning Environment, and Designing Learner-Centered and Equitable Courses. Completing these four courses provided me with ACUE’s Certificate in Effective Teaching Practice Framework. In 2023, I completed UNCG’s trainings Safe Zone 1.0, Safe Zone 2.0, and Trans Zone to make my campus a more inclusive space.

I received a “MAC shout-out” for my general education Critical Thinking course in Fall 2023.



Teaching statement

Please find my teaching statement here.

FAQ for my students

Current students find an FAQ here: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1pCq7bJrcOcvqyO7d2GR1-aiRXK0vnDqoPWBDSuz7uRQ/edit?usp=sharing

Teaching experience (as instructor with full responsibility)

UNC Greensboro (since 2019)

  • Undergraduate course “Introduction to Formal Logic” (in-person, online)
  • Undergraduate course “Introduction to Modal Logic” (online)
  • Undergraduate course “Critical Thinking” (in-person, online)
  • Undergraduate course “Philosophy of Mind” (online synchronous)

Ruhr University Bochum (2018-2019)

  • Master course “Bence Nanay on perception. Students meet author” with Peter Brössel
  • Master course “Knowledge and concealed questions”

University of Duisburg-Essen (2015-2017)

  • Undergraduate course “John Stuart Mill’s theoretical philosophy: Language, knowledge, inference” (translated title)
  • Master course “Scientific explanations” (trans.)
  • Undergraduate course “Knowledge and justification‘” (trans.)

Bielefeld University (2012-2013)

  • Course (optional studies) “Introduction to philosophical argumentation theory” (trans.) with Daniel Milne-Plückebaum
  • Undergraduate course “Introduction to modal logic” (trans.) with D. Milne-Plückebaum
  • Course (optional studies) “Introduction to inductive logic” (trans.) with D. Milne-Plückebaum
  • Course (optional studies) “Introduction to philosophical logic” (trans.) with D. Milne-Plückebaum

Guest lectures

  • Lecture on Statistical hypothesis testing and the p-value for the course “Professional Development” (UNCG, Nanoscience Department)
  • Lecture on Research hypotheses and statistical hypotheses for the course “Professional Development” (UNCG, Nanoscience Department)

Teaching experience (as tutor/teaching assistant)

Bielefeld University (2010)

  • Tutorials for “Formal Methods in Linguistics” (trans.)
  • Tutorial for “Logic for Philosophers I” (trans.)
  • Tutorial for “Logic for Philosophers II” (trans.)