Teaching


Brief Teaching Statement:

I believe that education is important both to gain as well as pass on. Having a strong grasp of basic economic, statistical, and mathematical concepts helps build the foundation for more advanced understanding across formal and social sciences. A strong understanding in economics, econometrics, and statistics is essential to healthily engaging with a society that consistently employs the tools of all three. I hope to be able to impart my enthusiasm for economics and statistics, and more importantly my enthusiasm for learning in general, to all of my students. 


Experience:


The College of New Jersey, School of Business

Visiting Assistant Professor

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Rutgers University, Economics Department

Lecturer

Recitation Leader & Teaching Assistant

Teaching Assistant


Princeton University, School of Public and International Affairs

Lecturer

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Guest Lecturer


Miscellaneous