I have taught as the instructor of record
for Public Economics
at the Columbia School of Professional Studies. Syllabus available here.
I have served as the Data Teaching Fellow for the Columbia University. This position specializes in helping students build the empirical and computational skills necessary to succeed in the economics PhD program. In this position, I developed a broad-based workshop for students across the program.
Workshop materials available:
I have also taught as a teaching assistant
for the following courses at Columbia University:
Course evaluations available here
- One semester of GR6930: Perspectives of Economics (survey course for PhD students)
- One semester of GU 4428: Economics of Race in the U.S. (elective course for undergraduate students)
While at Columbia, I have taken advantage of different professional teaching workshops
sponsored by the Center for Teaching and Learning (CTL), such as:
- CTL Inclusive Teaching Seminar
- CTL Assessing Teaching and Learning Seminar