For me, teaching is and has always been a very rewarding experience. I benefited from having attended an undergraduate liberal arts university where teaching was emphasized, so I had the opportunity myself to be educated in a student-centered environment. Later, learning to teach while immersed in a foreign culture, and most recently, honing my teaching skills in a renowned research university have together given me diverse teaching experiences.

I have been pleased to assist the teaching in the following classes and subjects:

Cornell University:

Price Analysis (AEM 4150) – Fall 2017.

International Trade and Finance (AEM 2300) – Spring 2016 and Spring 2017. Received “Outstanding Teaching Assistant” Award, College of Agriculture and Life Sciences, Cornell University, 2016.

Tufts University:

“Tavitian Scholars Program” Tufts University (2013)

Tufts Geographic Information System Center assistant and tutor (2012-2013).

State University of New York at Geneseo:

Economic and Business Statistics (ECON 205) – Spring 2009.

Intermediate Microeconomics (ECON 210) – Fall 2008.

Peace Corps

While serving in the Peace Corps (Armenia 2009-2011), I also developed and taught several classes at the Vanadzor Pedagogical College and the European Academy (Vanadzor): English grammar, English conversation, and Elementary American literature.