My full time tenure stream appointment is at the University of Toronto, where I teach Bayesian Statistics (STA 365), Statistics Ethics and Law (STA 2052), Ethical Aspects of Data Science (PHL 377) and a philosophy of science graduate seminar (PHL 2223).

At INSEAD, where I am a visiting professor, I teach an MBA class entitled Ethics of Algorithms. Previously, I was a tenure stream professor at INSEAD, and I taught Management Decision Making (MBA), Bayesian Statistics (PhD), and Quantitative Methods (MBA).

Here is an introductory lecture I like comparing frequentist to Bayesian approaches to inference: Bayes Lecture.

As a postdoc at Caltech, I designed and taught a course entitled Statistics, Ethics & Law. I also taught classes in foundations of probability and philosophy of science.