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Some comments from student evaluations [all comments available upon request]:
"She is incredibly clear in her communications and you can tell she is interested in helping students succeed."
"Gives hints or asks questions that help ME figure out the answer myself, doesn't just "give" the answer. Also time flexible, and just all around one of the best TAs I have had."
"Very clear and concise about explanations, and was always willing to follow up with me over email, which was super helpful! The TA was also very honest when admitting to unclear instructions or content and would also promise to follow up."
"Regina is always open to help and has been responsive. Further, She is always educated in her responses."
"Super helpful in explaining concepts that were unclear in class."
"Kind and open to teaching."
Econ-813 PhD Microeconomic Analysis II (Spring 2021)
Econ-374 Gender Roles in the Economy (Fall 2020 & Spring 2021)
Econ-374 Guest Lecture: Care Work and the Economy (Spring 2020 & Spring 2021)
Econ-665 Econ Experiments & Impact Evaluation (Spring & Fall 2020)
Econ-345 Game Theory (Fall 2020)
Econ-803 PhD Microeconomic Theory (Spring & Fall 2019)
Econ-400 Intermediate Microeconomics (Fall 2017)
Intermediate Macroeconomics (Fall 2013)
Writing Tutor (Fall 2011)