Teaching

Independently Taught Courses at UO

Introduction to Game Theory, EC 327.

Fall 2020: Synchronous Online. View Course Evaluations.
Winter 2022: Hybrid In-Person and Synchronous Online. View Course Evaluations.

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  • Check out Shiny Game Theory, A work in progress made to help my students study! Along with my other teaching content it is something I continually add content to.


Games and Decisions, EC 427/527.

Summer 2021: Synchronous Online, 427 Only. View Course Evaluations.
Summer 2022: Synchronous Online, Available at the undergraduate level (427) or masters level (527). View Course Evaluations.

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Intermediate Microeconomic Theory, EC 311.

Spring 2022: In Person. View Course Evaluations.

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  • Check out Shiny Micro, A site containing my lecture notes alongside interactive content. This site is a work in progress and is being developed with the goals in mind:

    • Help students understand concepts by placing lecture notes side by side with manipulable graphs of the topics.

    • Help students study by creating randomly generating questions with fields for students to input and check their answers. I also include a button to reveal step by step solutions to these randomly generated questions.

    • Help instructors like myself quickly make beautiful graphs of topics covered in Intermediate Micro.

Resource and Environmental Economic Issues, EC 333.

Fall 2022: In Person.

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Teaching Assistant Appointments at UO

Contemporary Economic Issues, EC 101.

Fall 2019: In Person. View Course Evaluations.

Introduction to Economic Analysis: Microeconomics, EC 201, EC 201.

Winter 2020: In Person. View Course Evaluations.

Introduction to Economic Analysis: Macroeconomics, EC 202, EC 202.

Winter 2020: In Person. View Course Evaluations.

Awards

Department of Economics Graduate Teaching Award 2022

Awarded annually to 2-3 graduate students for "outstandingly high quality teaching provided to the economics department".