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Course Information

The course websites listed below are updated to reflect the most recent semester the course was taught. I update the courses each semester that I teach them, so the material may be different than in previous years. If you're looking for a specific semester of the course, feel free to reach out.

Course Evaluations

 

I take pride in my course evaluations and work diligently to improve as an educator. The following are various ratings and evaluations that I have accumulated since I started teaching professionally in 2012. If you are interested in the complete evaluation files, evaluations during my time in graduate score, or other forms of evaluation, please contact me. For the values below, I've taken the weighted average of all sections I've ever taught in that particular course.

 

The following ratings represent a summary of evaluations of my teaching quality at Virginia Tech based on student responses to optional, anonymous end-of-year surveys. Students were asked to rate my effectiveness on a scale from 1 to 6, with 1 indicating that students "strongly disagreed" that I was an effective teacher and 6 indicating that students "strongly agreed" with the statement that I was an effective teacher.

Response rates typically ranged from 50% to 60% in most classes. As of the last update, I have taught approximately 2,230 students since joining Virginia Tech in Fall 2022. The ratings below are only reflective of courses that were taught in person at the Blacksburg campus.

5.90/6

Economics of
Crime

5.64/6

Sports
Economics

5.53/6

Principles of Economics
(Micro)

The following ratings represent a summary of evaluations of my teaching quality at Penn State based on student responses to optional, anonymous end-of-year surveys. Students were asked to rate my effectiveness on a scale from 1 to 7, with 1 representing "poor" and 7 representing "outstanding."

 

Response rates typically ranged from 40% to 60% in most classes. I taught approximately 8,369 students during my time at Penn State from 2012 to 2022. The ratings below are only reflective of courses that were taught in person at the University Park campus. If you'd like to learn more about my experience teaching at Penn State's World Campus, please reach out to me.

6.74/7

Economics of
Crime

6.51/7

Natural Resources Economics

6.25/7

Principles of Microeconomics

5.57/7

Labor
Economics

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