Quantitative Methods III

I am the recitation leader for GPEC 446: Quantitative Methods III (Spring 2018) in the Graduate School of Global Policy and Strategy at the University of California, San Diego (CA). The course teaches students how to evaluate quantitative information in business, policy, and economic contexts, and to make sound decisions in complex situations. The course covers causal… Continue reading Quantitative Methods III

Quantitative Methods — Bootcamp

I am the recitation leader for the Quantitative Methods -- Bootcamp (Summer 2017) in the Graduate School of Global Policy and Strategy at the University of California, San Diego (CA). The course introduces preliminary probability and statistical theory for the graduate methods sequence. Teaching evaluation available here. Section 1 (Intro to Excel) Section 2 (Visualization of Data) Section 3 (Fundamentals… Continue reading Quantitative Methods — Bootcamp

Food Politics in a Global Economy

I am the teaching assistant for Poli 125B: Food Politics in a Global Economy (Winter 2018, with Professor Megumi Naoi) in the Department of Political Science at the University of California, San Diego (CA). Political Science 125B is a student research oriented course, and it examines the politics of food in a global economy, from… Continue reading Food Politics in a Global Economy

Russian-American Relations

I am the teaching assistant for Poli 147B: Russian-American Relations (Spring 2017, with Professor Phil Roeder) in the Department of Political Science at the University of California, San Diego (CA). Political Science 147B is an overview of contemporary Russian-American relations. In this class, we first let students write a policy briefing, and record an oral… Continue reading Russian-American Relations

Social Data Analytics

I am the recitation leader for Econ 5D/Poli 5D: Social Data Analytics (Winter 2017) in the Department of Political Science at the University of California, San Diego (CA). The course applies probability and statistical analysis for understanding data in the social world. Students engage in hands-on learning with applied social science problems. We cover the basics… Continue reading Social Data Analytics

Quantitative Methods I

I am the recitation leader for GPCO 453: Quantitative Methods I (Fall 2017) in the Graduate School of Global Policy and Strategy at the University of California, San Diego (CA). The course provides students with proficient quantitative methods that are used for optimization and decision making. Statistical theory and regression analysis are introduced. Teaching evaluation… Continue reading Quantitative Methods I

Quantitative Methods II

I am the recitation leader for GPCO 454: Quantitative Methods II (Linear Models) in the Graduate School of Global Policy and Strategy at the University of California, San Diego (CA). This class is the first code intensive course that students encounter in the program, introduces the theory and application of linear models for policy analysis. Students learn the underlying… Continue reading Quantitative Methods II