Teaching Summary

While at Boston College I served as an independent instructor for undergraduate statistics and a teaching assistant for the statistics Stata lab. In Fall and Spring 2015, I taught three sections of undergraduate introductory statistics. Over Fall 2014, Spring 2016, and Fall 2016 I taught six sections of the Stata lab. Each section of these two courses had around 30 students.

Below you will find the syllabus and full set of evaluations for each course. You can also find more information about my teaching experience here and a summary of my evaluations for the statistics course here.

Statistics

Teaching Evaluations

  • Fall 2015 [1] [2] – Evaluations: 4.48 and 4.79*
  • Spring 2015 [1] – Evaluations: 4.58

Statistics – Stata Lab

Teaching Evaluations

  • Fall 2014 [1] [2] – Evaluations: 4.50 and 4.53
  • Spring 2016 [1] [2] – Evaluations: 4.58 and 4.57
  • Fall 2016 [1] [2] – Evaluations: 4.54 and 4.24

* All Evaluations are out of 5.00

Teaching Fields

Graduate: labor, health, public, and development economics

Undergraduate: statistics, econometrics, advanced topics in applied microeconomics, and principles of microeconomics or macroeconomics