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:
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.
“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.
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.