I have a passion for teaching and have gained a wealth of teaching experience over the last few years. I’m currently working as a Lecturer of Economics at the University of Vermont, where I’m currently teaching 3 classes. This spring I am teaching a large (170) student section of Principles of Microeconomics, a section of Microeconomic Theory, and a section of Economic Methods (Statistics). This past fall I taught one section each of Microeconomic Theory, Economic Methods, Health Economics, and Sports Economics. In the upcoming summer I’ll be teaching an online section of Principles of Macroeconomics. As a graduate student I had taught my own courses at Northeastern University and Bentley University, and had served as a teaching assistant for numerous courses as well.
Microeconomic Theory, University of Vermont (2 sections)
Economic Methods (Statistics), University of Vermont (2 sections)
Health Economics, University of Vermont (1 section)
Economics of Sports, University of Vermont (1 section)
Economics of Sports, Bentley University (2 sections)
Principles of Microeconomics, University of Vermont (1 section)
Principles of Microeconomics, Northeastern University (3 sections)
Principles of Microeconomics, Bentley University (4 sections)
Courses Served as Teaching Assistant/Recitation Instructor:
Recitation for Principles of Microeconomics, Northeastern University (16 sections)
Senior Economics Seminar
Economics of Law and Regulation (Masters/PhD Elective)
Economics of Crime
Economics of the Creative Industries
The link below gives summaries of my teaching evaluation reports.
Teaching Evaluation Summary
Below you can find a version of my statement of teaching philosophy.
Statement of Teaching Philosophy 100218