Picture: Instructing students in a traffic operations lab, Fall 2014

Teaching Philosophy

In development.

Teaching Experience

The Pennsylvania State University

Graduate Teaching Assistant

CE 421W: Transportation Design (Spring 2015, Spring 2016)

Design of streets and highway facilities; emphasis on geometric elements, intersections and interchanges, roadway drainage, and pavement design.

  • Led weekly 2-hour lab; held office hours; and, graded all homework assignments.

CE 423: Traffic Operations (Fall 2014, Fall 2015)

The highway capacity manual, concepts and analyses, freeway operations, signalized and unsignalized intersections, signal coordination, traffic impact studies.

  • Led weekly 1-hour lab; held office hours; graded all homework assignments; and, assisted with development of course materials including student guides for Synchro and HCS

Guest Lectures

  1. Harmony, Xavier. 2021. Careers in Transportation Policy. Iowa State University, CEE 355 Principles of Transportation Engineering (Instructor: Dr. Jonathan Wood), April 20.

Other Educational Materials

  1. Harmony, Xavier and Matthew Dull. 2022. Revising Policy Design for Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion. Virginia Tech Instructional Innovation Challenge Exhibition, March 14-18.