Teaching is an important part of the job of a faculty member. Beyond that, it can be really fun. It was for this reason that I chose to take a teaching postdoc fellowship from Princeton University's Council on Science and Technology in 2006. This fellowship, which I would highly recommend to anyone looking for postdoc opportunities after finishing their Ph.D., allowed me to be funded to do research, but also gain experience teaching about 1 course a year. While there, I co-taught "Earthquakes, Volcanoes, and othe Hazards" with Guust Nolet and Allan Rubin, which I am now able to teach here at UF with some modifications.