During my Ph.D. program, I enjoyed working as an instructor with full responsibility for

  • Principles of Microeconomics (2015 fall).

Additionally, I have been a teaching assistant for multiple upper-level electives:

  • Games and Economic Behavior (2017 fall)
  • Behavioral Finance (graduate level, 2017 spring)
  • Games and Strategic Behavior (2016 fall, 2014 fall)
  • Economic Decision-Making and Strategy (2016 spring)
  • Sports Economics (2013 fall).

As a primary instructor, I received the department’s Outstanding Graduate Instructor Award. You can download my course evaluations here.

I would be a great fit for teaching a wide range of undergraduate courses: Introductory and Intermediate Microeconomics, Game Theory, Behavioral Economics, and Experimental Economics. At the graduate level, I would be very eager to teach behavioral and experimental economics.

Selected comments from student evaluations:

“Ada has made this class very easy to understand . She was often available to help and answer questions. Great course and great instructor!”

“Really great class and teacher. Made it a good first semester.”

“Always available to help if you needed it. After going in for help my test grade did improve.”