Teaching

I teach Economics of Gender in International Contexts at the University of Chicago and am currently a Faculty Advisor at the University of Chicago Master of Arts Program in the Social Sciences (MAPSS) where I organize the MAPSS-Economics Masters Thesis Seminar.

Teaching Experience

2022 Winter: The University of Chicago, Department of Economics, The Economics of Gender in International Contexts.

2021 Winter: The University of Chicago, Department of Economics, MAPSS Thesis Seminar.

2020 Winter: The University of Chicago, Department of Economics, MAPSS Thesis Seminar.

2019 Winter: The University of Chicago, Department of Economics, MAPSS Thesis Seminar.

2018 Winter: The University of Chicago, Department of Economics, MAPSS Thesis Seminar.

2017 Winter: The University of Chicago, Department of Economics, MAPSS Thesis Seminar.

2016 Winter: The University of Chicago, Department of Economics (Cross-Listed with Sociology, Comparative Human Development, and Public Policy), Gender and Development.

2015 Spring: The University of Chicago, Public Policy Studies, Problems of Policy Implementation.

2014 Spring: Princeton University, Department of Comparative Literature, Islamic Feminism Seminar.

2012 Spring: Lone Star Community College, Cypress, TX: Introduction to Sociology.

2010 Spring: Baylor University, Senior Colloquium (co-taught with Paul Froese).

2009 Fall: Baylor University, Statistics for Social Science, Teaching Assistant.

Thesis Supervision

Advised, mentored, and read early drafts of the thesis, as well as made a final evaluation of the thesis (required for graduation).

University of Chicago:

MA Applied Microeconomics Reading Group, Spring Coordinator, 2022 - Present.

Master’s Thesis Workshop Chair, Masters Program in the Social Sciences, 2016 – Present.

Faculty Advisor, Masters Program in the Social Sciences, 2016 – Present.

Master’s Thesis Preceptor to Jingpeng Hong, candidate in the Masters Program in Social Science. 2021-2022. Now a Ph.D. Candidate at Harvard Business School.

Master’s Thesis Preceptor to Emma KurzFreilich, candidate in the Masters Program in Social Science. 2021-2022. Selected for a US Office of Personnel Management Presidential Management fellowship for 2022-2023.

Master’s Thesis Preceptor to Reigner Kane, candidate in the Masters Program in Social Science. 2021-2022. Selected for a UChicago BFI Pre-doctoral fellowship for 2022-2024.

Master’s Thesis Preceptor to Yicheng Chen, candidate in the Masters Program in Social Science. 2020-2021. Now a Ph.D. Candidate at Boston University.

Master’s Thesis Preceptor to Zhihan Yu, candidate in the Masters Program in Social Science. 2018-2019. Now a Ph.D. Candidate at Peking University Department of Economics.

Master's Thesis Preceptor to Hristiana Vidinova, candidate in the Masters Program in Social Science. 2017-2018. Now a Ph.D. Candidate at the Booth School of Business, University of Chicago.

Master's Thesis Preceptor to Bahar Aldanmaz, candidate in the Masters Program in Social Science. 2016-2017. Awarded a Fulbright Scholarship to pursue a Ph.D. in Sociology at Boston University.

Undergraduate Senior Thesis Advisor, Ugur Kocak, Economics and Public Policy Major on his thesis, "The Socialization of Peacebuilding in Turkey: The Role of Women in the Peace Process." 2015-2016.

Master’s Thesis Reader to Anum Qadir, candidate in the Masters in Public Policy Program on her thesis, “Education Policy in India.” 2015.

Princeton University:

Undergraduate Senior Thesis Advisor to Sheeba Arif, student in Comparative Literature, on her thesis, “The New Language of Cultural Conquest: Eurocentric Moralism and the Unconquered Muslim Woman.” 2013-2014.

Research Supervision

University of Chicago:

Supervisor, Juan David Hernandez Leal, Research Professional, 2019-2021. Now a Ph.D. candidate in Economics at UC San Diego.

Supervisor, Nicolas Wesseler, Research Professional, 2019-2021. Now a Ph.D. candidate at UBC Sauder School of Business.

Supervisor, Xianglong Kong, Research Professional, 2020-2021. Now a Ph.D. candidate at UChicago Department of Economics.

Supervisor, Inmaculada Macias-Alonso, Postdoctoral Research Scholar, 2020-2021.

Faculty Mentor, Shira Aronson, Undergraduate Presidential Scholar Research Fellow, University of Chicago, 2022.

Faculty Mentor, Undergraduate Summer Institute in Social Research Methods (SISRM), University of Chicago, 2021, 2022. (Extended funding awarded through Fall 2021 and Winter 2022).

Faculty Mentor, Grace Quigley, Undergraduate College Summer Research Fellows Program, University of Chicago, 2017.