I have four years of teaching experience during which I taught and developed several undergraduate courses incorporating techniques to make economic courses more conscious of inequalities across gender, class, and race. I focus on empirical evidence-based teaching.
I believe teaching is a triad of learning, instruction, and mentorship. I strive to develop courses that add value to the learning of every student in the classroom and foster an inclusive teaching environment by designing courses catering to a diverse group of students.
Teaching, Instructor of Record, Department of Economics, University of Utah
Intermediate Microeconomic Theory - Summer 2022
Mathematics for Economics - Spring 2022
Labor Economics - Fall 2021
Intermediate Microeconomic Theory - Summer 2021
Principles of Microeconomics - Spring 2021
Principles of Microeconomics - Summer 2020
Graduate Teaching Assistant, Department of Economics, University of Utah
Probability and Statistical Inference for Economics - Spring 2020
Principles of Econometrics - Fall 2019
Econometrics for Business Economics & Analytics - Fall 2019
Principles of Microeconomics - Fall 2018
"We used a variety of different tools. We heard a podcast about happiness and economics from a professor at yale. We had a guest lecture via zoom one week. We analyzed data from gov websites. We had one assignment that was to be completed in a group and presented in front of the class. We used data to plot graphs. Every week we had assigned readings from the textbook. Additionally, we occasionally read peer-reviewed papers. We had a quiz and an assignment almost every week."