Teaching

Harvard Economics

In the Harvard Economics department, I was a seminar leader for undergraduate thesis writers (Ec 985) in AY 2018-2019 (IRL) and AY 2020-2021 (on Zoom). In this role, I advised ~10 research projects each year by providing regular 1-1 meetings and facilitating opportunities for group discussion and feedback.

Below are some theses I advised that are publicly available so you can read them too!

  1. “A Story of Human Capital: Why the Paycheck Protection Program Had Huge Geographic Disparities”
  2. “Effects of Job Displacement on Prescription Opioid Demand: Evidence from the Medical Expenditure Panel Survey”
  3. …More to come…

Here’s a screencap of our seminar cheers-ing thesis completion in April 2021:

thesis group cheers-ing

(Picture sponsored by Poland Spring, clearly.)


Pre-Grad School