2016 Florida State University Outstanding           Teaching Assistant Award Winner

It is amazing how positively students respond when you believe in them, and challenge them to think critically!

Teaching Awards and Grants

2017          John F. Liseno Program for Instructional Excellence Graduate Award Winner for                   2016-17, Florida State University ($1000 Prize)

2016          Program for Instructional Excellence Outstanding Teaching Assistant Award

                  Winner for 2016-17, Florida State University ($675 Prize)

                  -Awarded to the top graduate teaching assistants across the entire University      

2016          Office of Distance Learning Excellence in Online Teaching Award for

                  2015-16, Florida State University ($500 Prize)

2014          Program for Instructional Excellence Outstanding Teaching Assistant Award                         Nominee for 2013-14, Florida State University

2013          Charles E. Rockwood Teaching Award for Outstanding Graduate Student                          Teacher for 2012-13, Florida State University ($1000 Prize)

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Instructor of Record 

University of North Carolina, Wilmington – Economics Lecturer

 

  Economics of Growth and Development (Writing Intensive, 4.87/5 Average Rating)

                   Fall 2019 – 20 Students

                   Summer 2019 – 5 Students

                   Fall 2018 – 31 Students

 

            Principles of Microeconomics (4.81/5 Average Rating)

                   Fall 2019 – 105 Students, UNCW’s First Business Learning Community

                   Spring – 2019 – 168 Students

                       

            Principles of Macroeconomics (4.82/5 Average Rating)

                   Summer 2019 – 12 Students

                   Spring 2019 – 14 Students, Honors Section

                   Fall 2018 – 81 Students Across Two Sections

 

Florida State University – Graduate Student Instructor

 

            Economics of Development (Developed Curriculum, 4.88/5 Average Rating)

                   Summer 2016 -40 Students

                   Summer 2015 – 48 Students

                   Summer 2014 – 40 Students

 

            Principles of Macroeconomics (4.63/5 Average Rating)

                   Summer 2013 – 49 Students

 

            Principles of Microeconomics (4.76/5 Average Rating)

                   Fall 2013 – 100 Students

                   Fall 2016 – 101 Students

 

            Introduction to Economic Thinking (4.66/5 Average Rating)

                   Fall 2014 – 34 Students

                   Spring 2015 – 61 Students, Online

                   Summer 2015 – 40 Students

                   Fall 2015 – 12 Students, FSU’s Living and Learning Community on                                         Public Policy

                   Spring 2016 – 38 Students, Online

                   Spring 2017 – 136 Students, Online

                   Fall 2017 – 16 Students, FSU’s Living and Learning Community on                                         Public Policy

                   Spring 2018 – 82 Students, Online

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