At Miami, I am teaching intermediate macroeconomic theory at the undergraduate (ECO 317) and a topics class in macroeconomics with financial frictions at the graduate level (ECO 517).
In the past, I have taught multiple undergraduate classes as an instructor at Washington University in St. Louis. I also served as a Teaching Assistant for a variety of courses. Below you can find an overview of my teaching experiences, course evaluations, and sample syllabi.
Introduction to Microeconomics (Econ 1011): Summer 2016 (Eval), Summer 2018 (Eval), Summer 2019 (Eval)
Mathematical Economics (Econ 493): Spring 2017 (Eval1, Eval2), Fall 2017 (Eval1, Eval2)
As Teaching Assistant:
Intermediate Macroeconomic Theory (Econ 4021): Fall 2015 (Eval), Spring 2018 (Eval)
Intermediate Microeconomic Theory (Econ 4011): Fall 2016 (Eval)
Economics of Law (Econ 403): Spring 2016 (Eval)