I have a wide range of teaching experience, from mentoring and tutoring undergraduate students in their research, to teaching introductory economics and graduate-level econometrics courses. My teaching has been recognized by The New School, and I have had the honor of receiving the “Outstanding Student Teaching Award” in 2016, recognizing the best student teacher of the year. In 2017, I was awarded the “Eugene Lang Social Science Fellowship,” a grant awarded to an outstanding Ph.D. student to provide supervision to an advanced undergraduate student to write a high-quality research paper.

My proposed syllabi for Bayesian data analysis are available here and here.

  • Lab Instructor, Advanced Econometrics, New School for Social Research

Syllabus design, problem set design, learning goals, assessment, teaching Bayesian econometric models using R (Fall 2016, Spring 2017, Fall 2017)

Example problem sets










  • Teaching Assistant, Intro to Political Economy, taught by Prof. Paulo dos Santos, Eugene Lang College of Liberal Arts (Fall 2016)

Held weekly lab session, graded exams, taught basic concepts of political economy, microeconomics, and macroeconomics.


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