Teaching

The Economics of Social Issues

Developed and taught a new one credit elective class for non-majors in Fall 2020 and Fall 2021 focused on reading and discussing economics papers in the context of social issues relevant to policymaking

  • Consistently recieved teaching ratings above department and school average

  • Attracted diverse students and students new to economics

Teaching Assistant experience at Johns Hopkins

  • Labor Economics

  • Economics of Poverty and Inequality

  • Social Policy Implications of Behavioral Economics

  • Intro to Social Policy

  • Elements of Macroeconomics

Joel Dean Undergraduate Teaching Award

One of three Economics TAs to recieve award for undergraduate teaching

Economic Policy Issues Coloquium

Presentations of topics such as childcare and stratification economics to Johns Hopkins undergraduate Economics Majors

Guest Lecture at Baltimore Polytechnic High School

Guest lecture on the gender wage gap and monopsony labor market models for AP and elective economics class in Baltimore public high school