I'm a lecturer in the Economics Department at Cornell University. I currently teach courses in microeconomics, labor economics and personnel economics. My past experience includes teaching microeconomic theory, macroeconomic theory and econometrics at New York University. In 1998, I was awarded the NYU College of Arts and Sciences Outstanding Teaching Award, and in 1999 I was awarded the NYU Economics Society Students' Appreciation Award.
In addition to my undergraduate courses, I regularly teach executive education programs on topics such as compensation, performance pay, decision making and risk management. My experiences in executive education range from short 3-hour courses to multi-day training programs in the United States and abroad.
My teaching of philosophy centers on presenting complex concepts in an intuitive manner and demonstrating the relevance of those concepts to real-world issues. In all of my classes, I incorporate active learning techniques encompassing a variety of learning styles, relying on my LMS and supplemental technologies to engage students and bring the course materials to life. MindTap has allowed me to create an array of materials that match any learning style, helping my students succeed.
I earned my B.A. in Economics from Elmira College and my Ph.D. in Economics from The New School for Social Research.
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