Teaching portfolio available upon request 

School of Diplomacy and International Relations, Seton Hall University
Assistant Professor, 2013 – present
Economic Aspects of International Relations (undergraduate)
Sustainable Development (undergraduate)
International Political Economy (MA)

Grinnell College – Visiting Assistant Professor, 2013 – 2015
Microeconomic Analysis (undergraduate)
Behavioral and Experimental Economics (undergraduate)
Decision-Making Under Poverty (undergraduate, includes off-campus travel to Dhaka, Bangladesh)
Introduction to Economics (undergraduate)
Introduction to Statistics (undergraduate)

Mentored Student Research:
Guilt and Shame in Dictator Games (Spring 2015, Spring 2014)
Conflicts and UN Voting (Spring 2015)

Brandeis University – Primary Instructor, 2007 – 2011
Microeconomic Theory (undergraduate)
Managerial Economics (MA/MBA)
Quantitative Reasoning (Brandeis Transitional Year Program for minorities)

Babson College – Primary Instructor, 2010
Principles of Macroeconomics (undergraduate)

Brandeis University – Teaching Assistant, 2004 – 2010
Advanced Microeconomics I (PhD) for Professor Blake LeBaron
Advanced Microeconomics II – Game Theory (PhD) for Professor Kathryn Graddy
Advanced Microeconomics II – Game Theory (PhD) for Dr. Dominique Lauga
Economic Theory and Social Policy (PhD in Social Policy) for Professor Barry Friedman
International Trade Theory (PhD) for Professor Patricia Tovar
Managerial Economics (MA/MBA in Social Policy and Management) for Professor Barry Friedman
International Trade Policy (MA/MBA) for Professor Peter Petri
Global Economic Environment (MA/MBA) for Professor Stephen Cecchetti
Microeconomic Theory (undergraduate) for Professor Paroma Sanyal
Game Theory (undergraduate) for Dr. Jeremy Dalletaze
Experimental Economics (undergraduate) for Dr. Peter DeScioli

Harvard University Summer School – Teaching Assistant, 2009
Introduction to Econometrics and Statistics (undergraduate) for Professor Can Erbil and Dr. Daniela Kolusheva