Teaching

Georgia Institute of Technology

  • ECON 2100, “Economics & Policy”
    • Spring 2021 (141 students, [evals1], [evals2])
      • Spring 2021 Student Recognition of Excellence in Teaching: Class of 1934 CIOS Honor Roll
    • Spring 2022 (169 students)
  • ECON 4803, “Economics of Climate Change”
    • Fall 2021 (20 students, [evals])
    • Fall 2022 (32 students)
      • Student Recognition of Excellence in Teaching: Fall Semester 2022 CIOS Honor Roll
    • Instructors, if you’re interested in any of my teaching materials for this course, please email me. I am more than happy to share.
  • ECON 7102, “Environmental Economics I” (Ph.D. field course)
    • Fall 2022 (12 students)

Previous:

Georgetown University

  • Spring 2017, IPEC 329: “Environmental economic policy: Domestic and global applications” (instructor)

University of Maryland, College Park

  • Spring 2014, AREC 624: “Applied Econometrics II” (Ph.D. level). TA, Profs. Anna Alberini and Richard Just.
    • Outstanding Teaching Assistant Award, College of Agriculture and Natural Resources.
    • Distinguished Graduate Student Teacher, University of Maryland, College Park.
  • Fall 2012, AREC 455: “Economics of Land Use.” TA, Prof. David Newburn.

Ithaca College

  • Spring 2008-Fall 2009, ECON 299: “Environmental Economics.” TA, Prof. William Kolberg.