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I enjoy teaching and being taught by my students at the same time—it is a wonderful experience. Recently, I was awarded a special prize for excellence in teaching by the Economics Department. Upon request, I will send you the student evaluations of the most recent courses that I've taught.

Teaching Experience

Boston University, 2008–2013

Class

Name

Level

Role

EC102

Introductory Macroeconomics

U

TA

EC101

Introductory Microeconomics

U

TA

EC202

Intermediate Macroeconomics

U

Instructor

EC332

Industrial Organization (syllabus)

U

Instructor

EC341

Money and Banking (syllabus)

U

Instructor

EC501

Microeconomics

MA

TA

EC505

Mathematical Economics (syllabus)

MA

Instructor

EC702

Advanced Macroeconomics

PhD

TA

Level shows if the course is taught to undergraduate students (U), master's students (MA), or doctoral candidates (PhD).
An instructor designs and teaches the entire course and assesses the students' work; a teaching assistant, or "TA", helps a lecturer by holding regular recital and discussion sessions within small groups of students and grading the students' homework.

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