I have experience teaching and advising across political science subfields and methodologies. I treat all students as capable knowledge producers. I create engaging classrooms where students shape in-class conversations while developing their research skillsets. In 2019, I received the 2019 Derek C. Bok Award for Excellence in Graduate Student Teaching of Undergraduates.

“Angie pushes the students who take a quantitative approach to think more about the substance and implications of their models, and she encourages students with more qualitative approaches to measure and compare systematically.”

Excerpt from “Angie Bautista-Chavez: 2019 Derek C. Bok Award Citation

Arizona State University


Politics of U.S. Immigration (Fall 2021, Undergraduate Course)

Reforming U.S. Government Agencies (Fall 2021, Undergraduate Course)

Politics of International Migration and Expanding Borders (Spring 2022, Graduate Course)

Politics of U.S. Immigration (Fall 2022, Undergraduate Course)

Harvard University

Teaching Assistant

Research Practice in Qualitative Methods, Frances Hagopian (Spring 2018, Undergraduate Course)

Borders and Boundaries in International Relations, Beth Simmons (Spring 2016, Undergraduate Course)

Sophomore Tutorial, Ryan Enos and Michael Rosen (Spring 2016, Undergraduate Course)

Survey Research Methods, Chase H. Harrison (Fall 2015, Undergraduate Course)

Sample Syllabi