Teaching

Columbia Business School – Management Division

Managerial Negotiations – EMBA (Spring 2021)

    • Role: Instructor of Record
    • (mean rating: 4.78/5, median: 5/5)

Managerial Negotiations – MBA (Spring 2020)

    • Role: Instructor of Record
    • (mean rating: 4.44/5, median: 4/5)

 

Columbia University – Psychology Department

Interpersonal Cognition Seminar: Close Relationships, Identity, and Memory (Spring 2019)

    • Role: Instructor of Record, Teaching Scholars Program
    • (mean rating: 4.93/5, median: 5/5)

Introduction to Psychology (Fall 2018)

    • Role: Head Teaching Assistant
    • Guest Lectures: Social Psychology Part I; Social Psychology Part II
    • (mean rating: 4.40/5, median: 5/5)

Thinking and Decision-Making (Spring 2018)

    • Role: Head Teaching Assistant
    • (mean rating: 4.33/5, median: 5/5)

Introduction to Social Psychology (Fall 2016, Fall 2014)

    • Role: Head Teaching Assistant
    • Guest Lecture (2016): Shared Reality and Interpersonal Closeness
    • Guest Lecture (2014): Shared Reality
    • 2016: (mean rating: 4.35/5, median: 5/5)
    • 2014: (mean rating: 4.03/5, median: 4/5)

Research Methods  (Spring 2016)

    • Roles: Teaching Assistant and Lab Section Instructor (2hr/weekly)
    • (mean rating: 4.76/5, median: 5/5)

Introduction to Social Cognition (Spring 2014)

    • Role: Teaching Assistant
    • (mean rating: 3.54/5, median: 4/5)

 

Mentoring

Throughout my time at Columbia, I have mentored five honors students, over ten supervised individual thesis students, and over thirty-five research assistants, many of whom have presented their work with me at international academic conferences and have been accepted to highly competitive PhD programs in Psychology, Management, and Marketing.