My broad experience as an educator combines both the practical and theoretical aspects of economics. Having taught or tutored students of all ages and university levels, in both business school and traditional economics department environments, I have learned to adapt my teaching style to a wide variety of situations. Below I provide links to my teaching statement and student evaluations, along with a summary of my teaching experience.

Teaching Statement (PDF)

Student Evaluations (PDF)

Teaching Experience

Purdue University, Department of Economics West Lafayette, IN
Instructor Spring 2017
Topics in Industrial Organization (Ph.D. Program)
Syllabus (Preliminary and Incomplete)
Instructor Spring 2016
Industrial Organization (Undergraduate)
Duke University, Department of Economics Durham, NC
Instructor Summer 2013
Special Topics in Economics: MATLAB (Ph.D./M.A. Program)
Evaluations   –   Syllabus
Instructor Summer 2013
Special Topics in Economics: Stata (Ph.D./M.A. Program)
Evaluations   –   Syllabus
Teaching Assistant to Professor Haluk Ergin Spring 2011
Microeconomic Analysis II: Game Theory (M.A. Program)
Duke University, Fuqua School of Business Durham, NC
Teaching Assistant to Professor Brendan Daley Spring 2012-2013
Global Managerial Economics (Global Executive MBA Program)
Teaching Assistant to Professor Tracy Lewis Fall 2010-2012
Co-Designer and Guest Lecturer, Multi-Sided Platforms Module Fall 2012
Fundamentals of Business Economics (Master of Management Studies Program)
Indiana University, Student Academic Center Bloomington, IN
Undergraduate Teaching Intern Fall 2005-2006
Learning Strategies for Finite Mathematics (Undergraduate Program)