Teaching

Teaching Experience

University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Department of Public Policy

Instructor

PLCY 700: Math Camp: Mathematical Preparation for Public Policy and Economics (PhD), Summer 2018, Summer 2019

    • This course is a graduate-level, two-week intensive review of mathematics intended to prepare the students for advanced microeconomics and econometric sequences with a focus on policy analysis. The course targets selected topics in linear algebra, calculus, optimization, and statistics. Recitations emphasize the lectures with practical applications and give feedback on the problems assigned.

Invited Lecturer

PLCY 799: Research Seminar on Innovation, Technology Change, and Economic Development, Fall 2017 (PhD)

PLCY 581: Research Design for Public Policy; Fall 2017 (Undergraduate)

Teaching Assistant

PLCY 110: Global Policy Issues; Fall 2014 (Undergraduate)

PLCY 788: Advanced Topics in Microeconomics I; Fall 2018 (PhD)