Future teaching

I next teach in Spring 2020; I will be teaching managerial accounting (ACCTG 225) to undergraduate students and cost accounting to graduate Certificate in Accounting students.

For more information about UW’s Certificate in Accounting program, see here: https://www.pce.uw.edu/certificates/accounting

Prior teaching

The University of Washington, Seattle, Washington (2014 - Present)

Managerial Accounting (ACCTG 225) Instructor

Spring 2019 (2 sections & 212 students): Student rating = 5.10/5

Spring 2018 (3 sections & 376 students): Student rating = 4.93/5

Winter 2017 (3 sections & 336 students): Student rating = 4.87/5

Winter 2016 (3 sections & 342 students): Student rating = 4.40/5

Winter 2015 (3 sections & 322 students): Student rating = 4.36/5

Core Course Coordinator (2014-present)

Dean’s Award for Excellence in Undergraduate Teaching (2019)

Undergraduate Business Council Accounting Faculty of the Year nominee (2015, 2016, 2017, 2018)

Cost Accounting (ACCTG 508) Instructor

Spring 2019 (1 section & 36 students): Student rating = 4.90/5

The University of Iowa, Iowa City, Iowa (2009 - 2014)

Managerial Accounting Lecturer

Taught in Spring 2009 (2 sections), Spring 2010 (2 sections), Fall 2010 (2 sections), Spring

2011 (2 sections), Spring 2012 (2 sections), Fall 2013 (2 sections), and Spring 2014 (2 sections)

Coordinated (all sections) in Fall 2012 and Spring 2013

Average instructor evaluation of 5.8/6.0

Bryon Ross Award for Teaching Excellence (2012)

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