Teaching Experience

Instructor, The University of Arizona

  • MIS 111: Computers and Internetworked Society (Summer 2018)
    • Teacher-Course Evaluation: 4.8 / 5.0
    • James F. LaSalle Teaching Excellence Award
    • Class Size: 33

  • Introduction to Data Science (Fall 2018)
    • Master's Level Mini Course
    • Class Size: 52

Guest Lecturer, The University of Arizona

  • MIS 611A: Design Science Methodologies (Fall 2017, Fall 2016)
    • Ph.D. Research Seminar

Teaching Assistant, The University of Arizona

  • MIS 507: Software Design and Integration (Fall 2016, Fall 2015)
    • Master's level course

Certificate in College Teaching, The University of Arizona

Evidence of Teaching Effectiveness

James F. LaSalle Teaching Excellence Award

Teacher-Course Evaluation: 4.8 / 5.0

Selected Students' Comments
"Class discussions inspired critical thinking of topics. Also daily discussion of tech news put the class topics into perspective."
"Very useful and I've learned so much from this professor."
"The professor was great, very enthusiastic, made it easy to learn."
"I like and appreciate how much work he puts into each one of his slides. The textbook is all but unnecessary due to how thorough they are."
"I liked what I leaned new skills in this course, which I need in the future."
"It was very straight to the point and did not try to have filler activities. Every class and activity had a purpose."
"He always wanted to help and was very kind in comparison to some teachers I've had in the past."
"He encouraged group and class discussions on a daily basis."
"He made sure that we were all on the same page before advancing and made himself available to help."
"Our instructor made long lectures very interesting, adding pictures and videos along with group discussions to keep us engaged."
"Lectures were clear and well-organized. By the end of class, I was always aware of what I was expected to get out of the lecture.
"I liked the group discussions that we participated in about every day, and the inclass reviews at the beginning and end of the class."
"There is a good balance of interactive learning and lecture."
"Very knowledgeable and nice person. Respectful and eager to help."
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