Teaching

     I have been fortunate enough to teach a large cross-section of classes both at the undergraduate and graduate level. This includes small lectures of 11 students, large lecture classes of 130 students, and online classes ranging from 12 to 135 students. My teaching experience is outlined below. 

Sole Instructor of Record -  California State University, East Bay

  • Evaluations: 3.37/4 average teaching effectiveness score (equivalent to 4.22/5)

  • Response rate: 740/922 responses (80.3%).

  • Industrial Organization and Public Policy (graduate level, onsite)

  • Empirical Research Methods (graduate level, onsite)

  • Empirical Analysis (onsite)

  • Managerial Economics and Business Strategy (without calculus, online)

  • Managerial Economics and Business Strategy (with calculus, online)

  • Managerial Economics and Business Strategy (with calculus, onsite)

  • Principles of Microeconomics (online)

  • Principles of Microeconomics (onsite)

Sole Instructor of Record -  University of Arizona

  • In person classes: 190 students enrolled, 4.2/5 average teaching effectiveness score

  • Environmental Economics: Summer 2015

  • Economics of Sports: Summer 2014, Fall 2014, Fall 2015

  • Intermediate Microeconomics (online): Summer 2014, Winter 2014, Summer 2016

Teaching Assistant (Undergraduate Level), University of Arizona

-Courses Assisted:

  • Econ 200: Introduction to Economics

  • Econ 361: Intermediate Microeconomics

  • Econ 330: Intermediate Macroeconomics

  • Econ 451: Quantitative Methods for Economic Strategy

Teaching Assistant (Graduate Level), University of Arizona

-Courses Assisted:

  • Economics 522 B: PhD Econometrics, for Dr. Tiemen Woutersen

  • Economics 522 A: PhD Econometrics, for Dr. Tiemen Woutersen

  • Economics 522 A: PhD Econometrics, for Dr. Ronald Oaxaca

Awards:

  • Don Wells Teaching Fellowship - Fall 2014, Fall 2015