Emily created and teaches two university courses: Happiness at UCLAx and Making Work Meaningful at the Munich University of Applied Sciences. She has also served as an Instructor for UC Berkeley's Greater Good Science Center MOOC course, The Science of Happiness, and led discussions and assisted teaching UCLA's courses Human Motivation and Intimate Relationships.
UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, LOS ANGELES
In 2009, Emily created and taught the first Positive Psychology course for UCLA entitled Happiness. In 2012, she developed and began teaching an expanded version of the course entitled Happiness: Theory, Research and Application in Positive Psychology.
This 4-unit course is now offered online, 1-2 times per year, through the department of Humanities and Social Sciences at UCLAx. Anybody can enroll in this course. Credits are transferable to most accredited colleges and universities around the globe.
MUNICH UNIVERSITY OF APPLIED SCIENCES
In 2016, Emily created and began teaching the course Making Work Meaningful: Theory, Research and Application in Positive Psychology and Positive Organizational Scholarship for the Munich University of Applied Sciences.
This 2-unit course is taught in English and offered in-person 1-2 times per year through the department of General and Interdisciplinary Studies. Credits are accepted by most accredited colleges and universities around the globe.