Teaching philosophy
As an instructor of economics and public policy, I take seriously the responsibility and opportunity to facilitate student learning. Throughout my teaching experiences, I have developed three core teaching principles which I aim to incorporate into all my interactions with students: 
        1. Active and engaged learning
        2. Mutual respect and collaboration
        3. Applicability of concepts beyond the classroom
For more, please see my teaching statement

Pedagogical training
To develop as an instructor and learn about new and exciting teaching methods and ideas, I seek opportunities for pedagogical training. I am enrolled in Duke University'sCertificate in College Teaching program and am a Preparing Future Faculty Fellow (2018-19)

Teaching experience
  • Head Teaching Assistant, Microeconomics: Policy Applications (masters), Duke University, with S. Pattanayak (Spring 2019)
    • TA Rating of 4.87/5 on student evaluations
    • Presented lectures on taxation and economic geography
    • Held regular review sessions
  • Co-Instructor, Advanced Course on Program Evaluation for Natural Resource and Environmental Economists Workshop, SANDEE, Kathmandu, Nepal (Fall 2018)
  • Instructor, Math Refresher Short Course for Incoming MPP Students, Duke University (Fall 2018)
    • Outline prepared for this class available here
    • Lecture slides available here
  • Teaching Assistant, Global Environmental Health: Economics and Policy (masters), Duke University, with S. Pattanayak (Spring 2018)
  • Teaching Assistant, Intermediate Microeconomics (undergraduate), Moravian College, with S. Aziz (Spring 2013-Spring 2015)