Teaching

I thoroughly enjoy teaching economics and watching students grow, learn, and develop new understandings of the content and the real world. While I currently serve as an Assistant Professor at the University of Delaware, I have been fortunate enough to serve as the primary instructor for a variety of courses at the University of Kentucky and as an Adjunct Faculty Member at Bellarmine University.

Below is a list of my teaching experience, summary evaluations, and student feedback. Click here for course syllabi. For a sample in-class worksheet, click here. Full teaching portfolio is available upon request. 

 

Teaching Experience

Instructor of Record

University of Delaware

ECON 308: Banking and Monetary Policy

University of Kentucky
ECO 202: Principles of Macroeconomics 

ECO 202:Principles of Macroeconomics (Online)

ECO 402: Intermediate Macroeconomic Theory

ECO/MA 327: Introduction to Game Theory

ECO 391: Economic and Business Statistics 
 

Bellarmine University

ECO 110: Principles of Macroeconomics (Hybrid)

 

Teaching Assistant

University of Kentucky
ECO 201: Principles of Microeconomics
ECO 202: Principles of Macroeconomics 

ECO 391: Economic and Business Statistics

ECO 410: Research Methods in Economics
ECO 471: Intermediate International Trade
ECO 491: Applied Econometrics
ECO 499: Seminar in Economics: International Trade and Policy

ECO 731: Labor Economics (Graduate Level)

ECO 762: Macro and Monetary Economics II (Graduate Level)