I am a tutor in human geography at St. Catherine's College. Catz typically has around 30 undergraduate geographers, and my responsibilities include giving tutorials, supervising dissertations, helping to set and mark college examinations and participating in admissions interviews.
I teach on various master's courses within the School of Geography and the Environment. My subjects include water, finance, enterprise and sustainability. Additionally I supervise and examine dissertations by master's students, and I am an assessor on the doctoral programme.
Master of Business Administration
I lead an elective course for MBA students titled 'Corporation and the Environment.' The course exists to give students exposure to alternative theories of the firm, and to consider the social, economic, political and legal salience of 'the environment'. Guest lecturers bring perspectives on land, finance, water, energy etc.
Oxford's department for continuing education offers part-time, flexible courses and programmes for adult learners. I teach on the MSc in Sustainable Urban Development, a two year programme that provides a rigorous and critical introduction to policy and practice.
The University's Executive Education programmes convene a diverse set of participants, and I contribute regular and ad hoc teaching on various courses. An example is the Smith School's inaugural Enterprise and the Environment Summer School, successfully delivered in July 2016.