Teaching

For my work as teaching assistant and instructor at Washington University, I received the Dean's Award for Teaching Excellence in the 2015-2016 academic year.

Teaching Experience

Instructor

  • Introduction to Quantitative Methods. University College. Fall 2015.

Syllabus

  • "Summer Camp" for Introduction to Programming with Python. Summer 2015.

Course information

Teaching Assistant

  • Quantitative Political Methodology (Graduate). Spring 2015.
  • Game Theory (Undergraduate). Spring 2015.
  • "Summer Camp" for Introduction to Programming with Python. Summer 2014.
  • Game Theory (Graduate). Spring 2014.
  • Comparative Study of Legislative Institutions. Fall 2014.
  • Quantitative Political Methodology (Undergraduate). Fall 2013.
  • Comparative Political Economy. Fall 2013.
  • The Politics of The European Union. Fall 2012.

Teaching Interests

Comparative Politics: Introduction to Comparative Politics, Political Institutions, Political Economy, Turkish Politics

Formal Theory: Game Theory, Social Choice Theory

Quantitative Methodology: Probability and Statistics, Linear Models, Maximum Likelihood Estimation, Multilevel Modeling, Programming with R and Python