Instruction

University of Wisconsin-Madison

  • Programming Summer Course for Economists, Summer 2020
    • Month-long course focused on numerical methods used frequently in economic models. Delivered online and taught in the Julia programming language
    • Topics covered: approximation and optimization of arbitrary functions, dynamic programming, Monte-Carlo, performance optimization
    • Syllabus, problem sets, and problem set solutions
    • Average rating: 4.8/5.0

Teaching Assistance

University of Wisconsin-Madison

  • Advanced Computational Methods, Fall 2019 -- Professor Dean Corbae
  • Advanced Microeconomic Theory II (PhD Sequence), Spring 2019 -- Professors Lones Smith and Marzena Rostek
  • Advanced Microeconomic Theory I (PhD Sequence), Fall 2018 -- Professors Dan Quint and Bill Sandholm
    • Handouts and solutions (prepared by me, Ziwei Wang, and Phoebe Tian)
    • Exams and solutions
    • Average rating: 4.9/5.0; Juli Plant Grainger Outstanding Teaching Assistant Fellowship


Williams College

  • Game Theory, Spring 2015 -- Professor Ashok Rai
  • Introductory Microeconomics, Spring 2014 -- Professor Michael Rolleigh
  • Introductory Microeconomics, Spring 2013 -- Professor Ralph Bradburd
  • Writing Workshop Tutor, Fall 2012-Spring 2015