Graduate Student Instruction (GSI)



AMS 7L is a laboratory course in statistical methods for the biological, environmental, and health science. This course must be taken in conjunction with AMS 7. I have been a GSI for this course for the past three quarters. The current course website can be accessed here.


Teaching Assistantships


Courses that I have TAd in past quarters include:

  • Statistical Methods course, AMS 5
  • Introduction to Probability Theory an upper division undergraduate course, AMS 131
  • Bayesian Statistics graduate course, AMS 206
  • Mathematical Methods for Economists II , AMS 11B
  • Statistical Methods for Biological, Environmental and Health Sciences course, AMS 7/7L
  • Mathematical Methods for Economists I, AMS 11A.