At Haverford College, I have taught electives in Advanced Macroeconomics, the Federal Reserve, and Advanced Econometrics. I have also taught introductory courses (Econ 105 and Econ 201) and the Senior Research Seminar (Econ 396A and Econ 396B). I also run an economics reading club for students and faculty.
In Fall 2020, I will be teaching Econ 201 and Econ 396A. In Spring 2021, I will be teaching Advanced Macroeconomics and Econ 396B.
Here are some videos and worksheets I have made about writing in economics and the senior thesis process:
- Video: Writing in Economics Lecture 1
- Video: Writing in Economics Lecture 2
- Video: Senior Thesis: Getting Organized with a Folder System
- Video: Senior Thesis: Stata Basics and Importing Data
- Worksheet: Writing a Senior Thesis in Economics
A reflection on my first year of teaching appears in Teaching and Learning Together in Higher Education, Spring 2016.
Here is a blog post about my experiences co-authoring papers with student thesis advisees. Here is a feature article about my publication with Samantha Wetzel based on her senior thesis in 2018. Here is a blog post about my research with Alex Rodrigue based on her senior thesis in 2017. Here is a feature article on my student Gabe Rybeck’s 2016 senior thesis.