I love teaching! At the undergraduate level, I teach a large lecture class in the Department of Communication Studies titled Interpersonal Communication and a seminar titled Advocacy and Politics for the University of Texas System's program in Washington DC (The Archer Program). I also direct the undergraduate professional communication skills class in the Department.

At the graduate level, I teach an MBA course titled Advocacy and an Executive MBA course (both in Austin and Mexico City) on Advocacy and Leadership in the McCombs School of Business. For the LBJ School of Public Affairs' Executive Masters in Public Leadership I teach the Crisis Management course and for the College of Engineering I teach a course in the Masters in Engineering Management program on Technology Leadership Skills. In addition, I teach a graduate-level course for the Center for Global Innovation and Entrepreneurship (CGIE) in Monterrey, Mexico on Creative and Innovative Management.

Recent syllabi for some of these courses can be found below:

Undergraduate classes:

Interpersonal Communication

Advocacy & Politics

Graduate classes:


Advocacy and Leadership

Crisis Management

Technology Leadership Skills