Teaching Experience

Assistant Professor, Department of Political Science, Oakland University: 

Length of engagement: August 2023-present. 

Courses taught: 

PA 6300: Program and Policy Evaluation (MPA)
PA 5200: Public Budgeting and Finance (MPA)
PS 3320: Public Budgeting 

I teach PA 6300 and 5200 in hybrid and asynchronous online formats in the Department's MPA program, while PS 3320 is taught in person to upper-level undergraduate political science majors focusing on public administration. 

Associate Instructor, O'Neill School of Public and Environmental Affairs, Indiana University Bloomington:

Length of engagement: January 2020-May 2023.

Course taught:
SPEA-V 186: Introduction to Public Budgeting & Finance

Average enrollment: 60-80 students. 

I taught this course each fall and spring semester. 

Adjunct Professor, Department of Economics, University of South Dakota: 

Length of engagement: August 2014-July 2017. 

Courses taught:
ECON 201: Principles of Microeconomics
ECON 202: Principles of Macroeconomics
ECON 580: Foundations of Economics

Average enrollment: 50-75 students.

These courses were taught online using the D2L learning management system. Lectures were asynchronous and were recorded in a studio on campus, while office hours and discussion sessions were conducted using Blackboard's Collaborate application. 

ECON 580 is a course taken by incoming Master of Business Administration students who had not previously studied economics. It provides an overview of microeconomics and macroeconomics taught at the same level as ECON 201 and ECON 202. 

I taught two sections each of ECON 201 and 202 and one section of ECON 580 each academic year. 

Adjunct Professor, Southeast Community College, Lincoln, Nebraska: 

Length of engagement: October 2010-December 2016.

Courses taught:
ECON 2110: Principles of Macroeconomics
ECON 2120: Principles of Microeconomics 

Average enrollment: 15-20 students. 

I taught two sections each quarter, one in person on campus and one online using the Moodle learning management system. I taught Principles of Macroeconomics each spring quarter, and Principles of Microeconomics the remaining quarters.