Eric S. Kim

Research Associate at Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health

TEACHING Experience

If you want to build a ship, don’t drum up people to collect wood and don’t assign them tasks and work, but rather teach them to long for the endless immensity of the sea.
— Antoine de Saint-exupery

Teaching has always been a important part of my life and one of the reasons I enjoy academia so much. Below you will find my Unversity-level teaching experiences

Positive Psychology - University of Michigan

Discussion leader with professor Christopher Peterson.

  • I personally taught 75 students each semester
  • My duties in the course included preparing materials for weekly discussion sections, grading weekly essays, grading final term projects, holding weekly office hours, generating exam questions, and operating as the lead graduate student instructor during the second and third semesters that I taught this course.
  • When Professor Peterson unexpectedly passed away, I helped co-lead the class of 350+ students by running lectures with the other graduate students and a professor who graciously stepped in to provide any support we needed.

Abnormal Psychology - University of Michigan

Discussion leader with Professors Nestor Lopez-Duran, Patricia Deldin, and Joseph Gone

  • I personally taught 60 students each semester
  • My duties in the course included preparing materials for weekly discussion sections, grading three term papers, holding weekly office hours, generating exam questions, and grading exams