Courses

2012 Urban and Regional Economic Analysis: PUP 642 (17 students)
Economic Development: PUP 494 (16 students)
Economic Impact Analysis: PUP 598 (7 students)
Independent Study: GPH 499, Sustainable Economic Development (1 student)

2011 Independent Study: GPH 499, Knowledge Intensive Other Places, (2 students)

Instructor-School of Geographical Sciences and Urban Planning, Arizona State University Quantitative Methods in Geography: GCU 495 (40 students)

2010 Guest Lecture- School of Geographical Sciences and Urban Planning, Arizona State University
Fundamentals of Geographic Information Science (GPH 594)
“Spatial Autocorrelation: Theory and Practice” October 27, 2010

2008-2009 Instructor – Department of Geography, Indiana University
Introduction to Human Geography (90 students)

2007-2008 Associate Instructor – Department of Geography, Indiana University
Introduction to Human Geography (90 students)

2006 Graduate Teaching Assistant – Department of Economics, University of Cincinnati
Intermediate Microeconomic Theory (15 students)