Jonathan Olmsted

Previous Teaching Duties

For information on current duties, see here.

Fall 2011

» During the Fall of 2011, I served as a Teaching Assistant under Professor Curtis Signorino for PSC 505 (Maximum Likelihood Estimation) at the University of Rochester. This graduate course focuses on models of data more apppropriate for applications in political science than the classical linear model. You can find my TA course page here.

Spring 2011

» During the Spring of 2011, I served as a Teaching Assistant under Professor Tasos Kalandrakis for PSC 288 (Game Theory) at the University of Rochester. This undergraduate course focuses on introducing the tools used to formally model complex, strategic interactions. You can find my TA course page here.

» During the Spring of 2011, I led an Intro to R course for the cohort of first-year graduate students in the Political Science Department. This course is offered through the star lab. You can find my Instructor course page here.

Fall 2010

» During the Fall of 2010, I served as a Teaching Assistant under Professor Curtis Signorino for PSC 505 (Maximum Likelihood Estimation) at the University of Rochester. This graduate course focuses on models of data more apppropriate for applications in political science than the classical linear model. You can find my TA course page here.

» During the Fall of 2010, I led an Intro to LaTeX course for the incoming cohort of graduate students in the Political Science Department. This course is offered through the star lab You can find my Instructor course page here.

Fall 2009

» During the Fall of 2009, I served as a Teaching Assistant under Professor Kevin Clarke for PSC 201 (Political Inquiry) at the University of Rochester. This course focuses on description and inference with regard to political data. It includes sections on research design and hypothesis testing.

Spring 2009

» During the Spring of 2009, I served as a Teaching Assistant under Professor Kevin Clarke for PSC 201 (Political Inquiry) at the University of Rochester. This course focuses on description and inference with regard to political data. It includes sections on research design and hypothesis testing.