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 received teaching ratings above department and school average

  • Attracted underrepresented 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