- Astronomy 120, first-semester introduction to astronomy for majors (Fall 2024)
- Astronomy 101, introduction to astronomy for non-majors (Spring 2024)
- Astronomy 601, radiative processes (Fall 2023)
- Lectures on gravitational wave astrophysics, Albert Einstein Institute, Potsdam, Germany (May-June 2023)
- Astronomy 406, undergrad stellar structure and evolution (Spring 2023)
- Astronomy 680, high energy astrophysics (Fall 2022)
- Astronomy 350, black holes (Spring 2022)
- Astronomy 601, radiative processes (Fall 2021)
- Astronomy 695, introduction to research
- Astronomy 288A, practical astrostatistics for undergrads (Spring 2019)
- Astronomy 688S, practical astrostatistics for grads (Spring 2018)
- Astronomy 121, second-semester introduction to astronomy for majors (Spring 2018)
- Astronomy 120, first-semester introduction to astronomy for majors (Fall 2017)
- Lectures on gravitational waves, Neils Bohr Institute, Copenhagen, Denmark (July 2017)
- Astronomy 680, high energy astrophysics (Spring 2017)
- Astronomy 601, radiative processes (Fall 2016)
- Lectures on gravitational wave astrophysics UFABC, Santo André, Brazil (August 2016)
- HONR 218D, life, the universe, and everything (Spring 2016)
- Astronomy 601, radiative processes (Fall 2015)
- School on gravitational wave astronomy (International Centre for Theoretical Sciences, Bengaluru, India, July 2015)
- HONR 218D, life, the universe, and everything (Spring 2015)
- Astronomy 601, radiative processes (Fall 2014)
- Astronomy 695, introduction to research (Fall 2014)
- HONR 218D, life, the universe, and everything (Spring 2014)
- Gravitational wave sources (Winter 2014, Playa del Carmen, Mexico)
- Astronomy 695, introduction to research (Fall 2013)
- Astronomy 601, radiative processes (Fall 2013)
- HONR 229X, black holes and the extremes of space, time, and gravity (Spring 2012)
- Astronomy 100, introduction to astronomy (Fall 2011)
- HONR 229X, black holes and the extremes of space, time, and gravity (Spring 2011)
- HONR 229X, black holes and the extremes of space, time, and gravity (Spring 2010)
- Astronomy 498D, problem solving in astrophysics (Spring 2010), with Doug Hamilton
- Astronomy 695, introduction to research (Fall 2009)
- Astronomy 380, life in the universe (Fall 2009)
- Astronomy 680, grad high energy astrophysics (Spring 2009)
- Astronomy 380, life in the universe (Fall 2008)
- Astronomy 498, undergrad high energy astrophysics (Spring 2008)
- Astronomy 422, cosmology (Fall 2007)
- Astronomy 680, grad high energy astrophysics (Spring 2007)
- Astronomy 498D, problem solving in astrophysics (Spring 2007), with Doug Hamilton
- Astronomy 100, introduction to astronomy (Fall 2006)
- Astrophysics of gravitational wave sources (UT Brownsville, Summer 2005 and 2006)
- Astronomy 100, introduction to astronomy (Spring 2005)
- Astronomy 688A, gravitational radiation and its sources (Spring 2004)
- Astronomy 121, introduction to the stars and beyond (Spring 2004)
- Astronomy 120, introduction to solar system astronomy (Fall 2003)
- Astronomy 320, theoretical astrophysics (Spring 2003)
- Astronomy 601, radiative processes (Fall 2002)
- Astronomy 606, stellar structure and evolution (Spring 2002)
- Astronomy 100, introduction to astronomy (Fall 2001)
- Astronomy 100, introduction to astronomy (Spring 2001)
- Astronomy 688M, grad high energy astrophysics (Fall 2000)
- Astronomy 688R, stellar structure and evolution (Spring 2000)