Teaching
Philosophy

My philosophy of teaching is that an enthusiastic, well-prepared, economics teacher is crucial to help students grasp the mathematical relationships and appreciate the underlying intuition. Overall I am demanding, but I am also patient and fair. I love to teach, and I am always looking for new ways to challenge my students to think like economists.


Current Classes

Fall 2018

ECO 157: Principles of Economics (Micro)
MW 9:25-10:40am. (Syllabus)
MW 12:15-1:30pm. (Syllabus)
TR 1:40-2:55pm. (Syllabus)

ECO 435: Environmental Economics
TR 3:05-4:20pm. (Syllabus)

Office Hours: Mon. 1:45-3:00pm, Tues. 9:30-10:45am, Wed. 1:45-3:00pm,
Thurs. 9:30-10:45am, and by appointment.

Students: You can find grades, readings, lecture notes, quizzes, practice exams, and access to selected articles on the course Blackboard site.


ECO 156: Principles of Economics (Macro)
MW 12:15-1:30pm. (Syllabus)
TR 9:25-10:40am. (Syllabus)

ECO 157: Principles of Economics (Micro)
MW 8:00-9:15am. (Syllabus)
MW 9:25-10:40am. (Syllabus)

Spring 2018


Fall 2017

 

 

ECO 156: Principles of Economics (Macro)
TR 3:05-4:20pm. (Syllabus)

ECO 157: Principles of Economics (Micro)
MW 9:25-10:40am. (Syllabus)
MW 12:15-1:30pm. (Syllabus)
R 5:55-8:35pm. (Syllabus)


Spring 2017

ECON/ENVS 231: Environmental Economics
TR 11:00am-12:15pm. (Syllabus)

ECON/ENVS 331: Natural Resource Economics
TR 1:30-2:45pm. (Syllabus)


ECON 101: Principles of Economics
Section 03: TR 8:35-9:50am. (Syllabus)
Section 06: TR 3:00-4:15pm. (Syllabus)

Fall 2016