I teach several undergraduate and graduate courses at Penn State including Introduction to Environmental and Energy Economics (EBF 200), Energy Economics (EBF 484), and Welfare Economics (EEFE 529). In Fall 2023, I will be teaching a new course titled: The Economics of Climate Change and Feasible Policy Solutions (under the temporary code EBF 497 ).

I also mentor, advise, and train the most exceptional, hard-working, and talented undergraduate and graduate students in directed research. If you are interested in joining my diverse and inclusive research group, please email me.

Finally, throughout the years, I have developed several tutorials that I have used in both teaching and advising.