Undergraduate Students Mentored
Over my years at Drexel University and Haverford and Swarthmore Colleges I have mentored several undergraduate students by teaching them in the classroom, working on joint research, supervising their projects with the Pennoni Honors College of Drexel, supervising their summer research coops and serving as the faculty advisor for the Drexel Economics Society. Among many others, here's a list of some of these students:
Jason Kim - sophomore at Swarthmore College - Research assistant.
Christopher Goings - Haverford College class of 2019 - Freddie Mac.
Christopher Glazier - Haverford College class of 2019 - Private consulting.
Natalie Pisch - Haverford College class 2019 - The Walt Disney Company.
Soham Mukherjee - Drexel 2019 - NERA Economic Consulting.
Jonathan Susser - Previously at Drexel, now at the University of Virginia.
Noah Kraus - Previously at Drexel, now at Boston University.
Morgan Merge - The Vanguard Group Inc (2013-2015), Peace Corps in Africa (2015-2017), MPP London
School of Economics (2017-present)
Eric Horton - Board of Governors of the Fed - MSc in Finance, Princeton University (2017-present)
Tam Mai - PhD in Economics Columbia University (2017-present)
Greg inden Berken - Law School University of Michigan
Christopher Cahill - Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System
Robert Madak - Goldman Sachs NY City
Nevena Bosnic - Carnegie Foundation fellow
Graduate (PhD) Students Mentored
Petar Dobrev (2019) - Visiting Assistant Professor - Stockton University.
Adeliada Mehmetaj (2019) - Visiting Assistant Professor - University of Seattle.
Sofia Kalantzi (2016) - Lecturer at Cornell.
James deNicco (2011) - Assistant Professor at the University of Tampa - Now Lecturer at Rice.
Joshua Hall (2010) - Assistant Professor at the University of Tampa.
Ryan Yuan (2009) - HSBC Chicago - Now Portfolio Management Analytics at Freddie Mac.
Yuan Li (2008) - Assistant Professor at Penn State (Altoona) - Now VP for Model Validation at HomeStreet Bank.
Ji Wu (2007) - Assistant Professor at Penn State (Harrisburg) - Now Associate Professor at SWUFE University in China.
Fiscal Policy and the Macroeconomy (ECON 310 - Haverford College)
International Macroeconomics (ECON 382 - Haverford College)
Economics I (ECON 1 - Swarthmore College)
Principles of Macroeconomics (ECON 202)
Intermediate Macroeconomics (ECON 321)
International Money and Finance (INTB 336)
Topics in International Macroeconomics (MSc in Economics)
Advanced Macroeconomics (PhD-1st year)
Dynamic Macroeconomics (PhD-2nd year)
Seminar in International Business (MBA Residency in Chile and Argentina)
All course materials (besides syllabi posted here) are available for Drexel students through BbLearn and for Swarthmore and Haverford students through Moodle.