Teaching experience

Below I list my teaching experiences with a brief description of the course content.

Stanford University

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.

University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

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.

Margolis Market Information Lab at University of Illinois

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:

  • MatLab

    This workshop teaches financial modelling with an emphasis on time-series analysis.

  • Bloomberg

    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.