Teaching

My teaching emphasizes the connections between my students, the content, and the real world. I illustrate material by using practical examples, and I pay particular attention to translating cutting-edge academic research to a level appropriate for the class.

Teaching Research

Nudge or Sludge? An Experimental Game Illustrating How Misunderstood Scientific Information Can Change Consumer Behavior (with Olesya Savchenko, Maik Kecinski, and Kent Messer)

Teaching Experience

Guest Lectures

“Experimental Methods in Developmental Economics.” 2021. University of Delaware APEC 820- Experimental Economics.

“Research Ethics in Experimental and Behavioral Economics.” 2021. University of Delaware APEC 811- Conducting Applied Economics Research.

“Experimental Methods in Developmental Economics.” 2019. University of Delaware APEC 820- Experimental Economics.

Instructor

In 2017, I was the instructor of record for Intermediate Microeconomics, an upper-level core course for the Managerial Economics major at the University of California, Davis. (ARE 100B syllabus)

Teaching Assistant

Intermediate Microeconomics, University of California, Davis. 2016.

Certifications

“Scholarly Teaching Strategies to Maximize Student Learning.” 2017. University of California, Davis, Center for Educational Effectiveness.

“UndocuAlly Program for Educators.” 2017. University of California, Davis, AB540 & Undocumented Student Center