In the fall quarter 2015, I was a lecturer at the University of California Santa Barbara:

Global Warming — Science and Society: Introduction to the scientific and societal issues surrounding global climate change. 

I was a teaching assistant for the following classes at USC: 

Climate Change: This class is a general education course designed to introduce the different components of the climate system, the tools an technique used to reconstruct past climates and the effect of climate change in human societies. Actively participated in the creation of new laboratory exercises for this course.

Oceanography: An introductory course in physical, chemical, geological, and biological oceanography.

Geochemistry: An upper-division course covering the composition and origin of the Earth, principles of physical chemsitry applied to aqueous systems, reaction-diffusion modeling, principles of hydrology, and environmental problems.