Teaching

I am currently a TA for STAT 311, Section AE and Section AF. 

STAT 311: Elements of Statistical Method

Prof. Prince Allotey

Winter 2024

Elements of good study design. Descriptive statistics including correlation and regression. Introductory concepts of probability and sampling; binomial and normal distributions. Basic concepts of hypothesis testing, estimation, and confidence intervals; t-tests and chi-square tests. Experience with computer software.

Previous Classes Taught

QSCI 381: Introduction To Probability And Statistics

Prof. Andre E. Punt

Fall 2023

Applications to biological and natural resource problems stressing the formulation and interpretation of statistical tests. Random variables, expectations, variances, binomial, hypergeometric, Poisson, normal, chi-square, "t" and "F" distributions.

QSCI 381: Introduction To Probability And Statistics

Prof. Stephen Scherba

Spring 2023

Applications to biological and natural resource problems stressing the formulation and interpretation of statistical tests. Random variables, expectations, variances, binomial, hypergeometric, Poisson, normal, chi-square, "t" and "F" distributions.

ECON 301: Intermediate Macroeconomics

Independent Instructor

Winter 2023

Analysis of the determinants of the aggregate level of employment, output, prices, and income of an economy. Policy issues and applications with special reference to current monetary and fiscal policy. Prerequisite: a minimum grade of 2.0 in ECON 201; and a minimum grade of 2.0 in ECON 300.

ECON 300: Intermediate Microeconomics

Independent Instructor

Fall 2022

Analysis of decisions by individuals and by firms and of outcomes in factor and product markets. Policy issues and applications. Prerequisite: ECON 200; either MATH 112, MATH 124, MATH 127, MATH 134, or MATH 145.

ECON 301: Intermediate Macroeconomics

Independent Instructor

Spring 2022

Analysis of the determinants of the aggregate level of employment, output, prices, and income of an economy. Policy issues and applications with special reference to current monetary and fiscal policy. Prerequisite: a minimum grade of 2.0 in ECON 201; and a minimum grade of 2.0 in ECON 300.

ECON 201: Introduction to Macroeconomics

Prof. Yael Jacobs

Winter 2022

Analysis of the aggregate economy: national income, inflation, business fluctuations, unemployment, monetary system, federal budget, international trade and finance. Prerequisite: ECON 200.