Beyond research, I am passionate about teaching and pedagogy, striving to make technical quantitative content accessible to students. To my knowledge, I was the first PhD student at Columbia Business School to develop and teach their own credit-bearing course.

Pedagogical Training

I have taken extensive training on evidence-based pedagogy and inclusive teaching practices through Columbia's Center for Teaching and Learning. I was the first Lead Teaching Fellow from the business school in 2020-2021 and became the first business school student to complete the Advanced track of the Teaching Development Program certification in 2023.

Instruction (Columbia Business School)

In 2020, I developed and taught a new course on probability theory and statistical estimation, called Statistical Modeling and Decision Making, as part of the core curriculum for the MS in Marketing Science program; I continued to teach this course in 2021 and 2022. In 2023, my course was recommended for approval by the CBS Curriculum and Instruction Committee to become a regularly offered course.

Teaching Assistantships (Columbia Business School)

Teaching Assistantships (The Wharton School)