Teaching

I have a passion for teaching and have gained a wealth of teaching experience from graduate school until present day. I’ve taught economics courses at the university level at Northeastern University, Bentley University, University of Vermont, and currently at Bloomsburg University of Pennsylvania.

Course Taught:
Microeconomic Theory, University of Vermont (2 sections)
Economic Methods (Statistics), University of Vermont (2 sections)
Business and Economic Statistics I, Bloomsburg University of Pennsylvania (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)
Principles of Microeconomics, Bloomsburg University of Pennsylvania (2 sections)
Principles of Macroeconomics, University of Vermont (1 section)

Courses Served as Teaching Assistant/Recitation Instructor:
Recitation for Principles of Microeconomics, Northeastern University (16 sections)
Senior Economics Seminar
Applied Econometrics
Public Finance
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