I worked as sessional tutor in fall term 2014-15 at the Department of Sociology and at the Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC)-Doctoral Training Centre (DTC) at the University of Warwick.
At Sociology, I worked as seminar tutor on the first year undergraduate module Sociological Perspectives convened by Dr. Charles Turner. For the first five weeks of the fall term (2014-15), I also worked as seminar tutor on the module Practice of Quantitative Research convened by Dr. Eric Jensen. At the ESRC-DTC, I worked as teaching assistant with Dr. Richard Lampard in the hands-on practice sessions for SPSS on Quantitative Research Methods.
I had the opportunity of working on different small to intermediate research assignments. These include working as (1) Fieldworker in Work Package 4 of the Memory, Youth, Political Legacy & Civic Engagement (MYPLACE) Project in fall 2012-13 and (2) Research Assistant with Dr. Eric Jensen in data collection on Evaluation of Cambridge Science Centre’s Science Communication Workshop.
Before coming to Warwick university, I used to teach at the University of Peshawar (Pakistan). I was also occasionally engaged in research consultancies. For instance, in 2011, I worked as 'gender specialist' with Finance energy and Defence (FeND) consultants in Peshawar (Pakistan) on UNDP and the government of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (Pakistan)-sponsored project on 'Gender Analysis of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa’s Budget (Fiscal Year) 2010-11'.