Teaching

Teaching Presentations

“Clickers” presented at Arizona State University Department of Economics Teaching Faculty Seminar

“Writing in a Business Statistics Mass Lecture: Targeting Pain Points with Structured Writing-to-Learn” with T. Batova, Association for Business Communication Annual International Convention: 2015

“Third Context” of Intercultural Communication in Business Writing Classes” with T. Batova, presented at Association for Business Communication Annual International Convention: 2011

“Reflective Journaling: Focused Feedback” with J. Olmsted presented at UW System President’s Summit on Excellence in Teaching and Learning: Madison, WI, 2011

“Using Reflection Papers in Principles of Macroeconomics classes” with J. Olmsted presented at Midwest Economics Association Meeting: 2011

“Impact of Automated Response Systems on Students’ Performance in Principles of Microeconomics” presented at Southern Economic Association Meeting: 2010

Spring 2016

Principles of Macroeconomics

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Previous Semesters

Undergraduate

Business Statistics
Principles of Macroeconomics – Online
Principles of Macroeconomics – Face-to-Face
Introductory Econometrics
Economic Development
Economic Growth
Empirical Macroeconomics
Financial Institutions and Markets
Industrial Organization
Intermediate Macro Theory
Introduction to International Economic Relations
Introductory Economics
Managerial Economics
Money and Banking
Principles of Microeconomics

Graduate

Managerial Economics