– Distance training of Margaret Bain for her internship about dimorphism in giant hornets. (2015 ~ 1 month ; University of Guelph)
– Internship of Aidan Paradis on the inventory of Vespidae in Thailand (2014- 2 Weeks; AMNH, New York)
– Training of Muzafar Shah on Sanger sequencing on the Vespidae diversity in Pakistan (2014 – 2 Months; AMNH, New York)
– Two successive fellowships of Adrien Quiles on microsatellite genotyping and mitochondrial sequencing of populations of two Vespa species (2011 – 1 Month. 2012 – 1 Month; MNHN, Paris / LEGS, Gif-Sur-Yvette)
– Teaching assistant in an ATEN formation about knowledge and identification of Hymenoptera for natural park agents in 2016.
– Adjunct Professor at Columbia University for the core curriculum ‘Frontiers of Science’ of first-year students, during the Fall semester of 2015.
- Earth Science
– Lead instructor at the AMNH for a 5-days course on Geometric morphometrics for graduate students of the Richard Gilder Graduate School in 2015.
- Geometric morphometrics
– Teaching assistant at the MNHN in 2013 & 2015 in classes for graduate students.
- R programming
– Teaching assistant for 3 years during my Ph.D (2009-2012).
- Statistics (Undergraduates): 20 hours/year.
- Training course of basics of phylogeny (highschool students / teachers) 20 hours/year
- Course of 12 hours/year of R software initiation / application.
- Course of 3 hours/year in geometric morphometrics (Undergradutes / Graduates )
- Training course of 2 hours/year Urban biodiversity (Elementary school teachers)
The MNHN offers online courses and activities for school teachers. I developed two of these courses:
- E-learning course on caste polymorphism (in French)
- E-learning course on urban biodiversity (in French)