Teaching

Teaching Interest

  • Operations Management, Supply Chain Management, Retail Operations, Pricing and Revenue Management, Project Management.
  • Business Analytics, Prescriptive Analytics, Spreadsheet Modeling and Analytics, Quantitative Methods, Business Statistics, Managerial Decision Making.

Teaching Philosophy

My approach in teaching is interactive, experiential, and practical - benefiting everyone involved in the learning process. This teaching style makes the learning process more enjoyable for the students, and ultimately assists them in applying the course content toward their future careers.

Full Statement of Teaching Philosophy (PDF)

Sample Teaching Materials

  • Linear Programming (PPT)
  • News-vendor (PPT)
  • Beer Game (PPT)

Teaching Awards & Certificates

SAP ERPsim Instructor Training Certificate, 2019 (PDF)

Outstanding Teacher Award

  • Nominated for the Best Student Teacher Award of the year, 2017 - 2018.
  • Nominated for the Best Student Teacher Award of the year, 2016 - 2017.

Graduate Teaching Certificate (PDF)

Instructor

Responsible for all aspects (lectures, course curriculum, exams, and grading)

Python Programming (DSS 615 - Graduate), (Syllabus)

Business Analytics for MSBIA (DSS 610 - Graduate - Online), (Syllabus)

Python Programming (DSS 325 - Undergraduate), (Syllabus)

    • Fall 2019
      • 21 students, scheduled

Business Analytics (DSS 220 - Undergraduate), (Syllabus)

Managerial Methods in Decision Making Under Uncertainty; (Syllabus)

Operations Management; (Syllabus)

*Student evaluation of instructor

**Student evaluation of course

Teaching Assistant

Held weekly office hours, lead discussion sessions, graded homework problems, conducted recitation sessions, and guided student projects.