My primary goal with students is to foster an economic intuition and the confidence to use it. I want to help the student know about the basic economics models, how to adopt the models in different situations, and why we choose to use them. This intuition can help bridge the gap between theory and applications.
I have taught two lab sections of Advanced Econometrics I (PhD level) and one lab section of Applied Econometrics (Graduate level). I was also the course instructor for Summer Math Camp (PhD level) and Introduction to Environmental Economics and Policy (Undergraduate level).
Teaching evaluations are available upon request.