Below I list my teaching experiences with a brief description of the course content.
During my Ph.D. studies at Stanford Graduate School of Business, I served as a course assistant for three MBA level courses.
Global Financial Reporting [1 term with Professor Beth Blankespoor]
This is an accelerated-track financial accounting class on the comparison of U.S. GAAP and International Financial Reporting Standards.
Alphanomics: Informational Arbitrage in Equity Markets [1 term with Professor Charles Lee]
This is an advanced elective focusing on equity investments and portfolio management
Managerial Accounting: Base [1 term with Professor Ivan Marinovic]
This is an introductory class on costing methods, transfer pricing, business segmentation, and internal accounting systems.
During my undergraduate and master’s studies at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, I served as a course assistant for two undergraduate level courses.
Assurance and Attestation [1 term with Professor Timothy Bauer]
This is an introductory audit class that focuses on independence, risk, evidence, and control.
Accounting Control Systems [1 term with Professor Justin Leiby]
This is an introductory managerial class that focuses on analysing firms’ internal control weaknesses through practical field research.
During my undergraduate and master’s studies at the University of Illinois, I was a Chicago Mercantile Exchange Fellow at the business school’s Margolis Market Information Lab. In addition to teaching several times a week, I helped develop the curricula and designed course materials for three software workshops:
This workshop teaches financial modelling with an emphasis on time-series analysis.
This workshop focuses on equity research (e.g. stock screen building) and valuation techniques.
Oracle Crystal Ball
This workshop focuses on predictive modeling with a focus on Monte Carlo simulations.