During my time as a doctoral student and adjunct professor at UNC, I taught both undergraduate and graduate students in applied quantitative methods and economic theory. I also taught a PhD math camp for 3 years.
PLCY 700: MATHEMATICAL PREPARATION FOR PUBLIC POLICY AND ECONOMICS
An intensive preparation course in mathematical and statistical analysis for public policy and economics. Reviews and introduces topics in linear algebra, calculus, optimization and mathematical statistics
PLCY 460: QUANTITATIVE METHODS FOR PUBLIC POLICY
Application of statistical techniques, including regression analysis, in public policy program evaluation, research design, and data collection and management
PLCY 788: MICROECONOMICS FOR PUBLIC POLICY I
This course introduces microeconomic theory using multivariate calculus and constrained optimization. Topics covered include consumer theory, producer theory, market equilibrium, taxes, and market power. Applied public policy examples are incorporated.
I am prepared to teach the following courses at the undergraduate and graduate level:
Theory and Methods
Probability & Statistics
Health/Behavioral Health Policy