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Teaching 2017-08-12T12:47:08+00:00

Teaching Philosophy

When I reflect on my own time as an undergraduate, the most memorable classes were taught by charismatic professors with high expectations. I hope to offer my students this kind of experience.

My Experience

INSTRUCTOR

Buyer Behavior, Leeds School of Business, University of Colorado, Boulder, Fall 2012, 2013, 2014

TEACHING ASSISTANT

Marketing Research and Analytics, Philip Fernbach, Spring 2016

Experimental Design (PhD), John Lynch, Spring 2014

Market Intelligence (MBA), John Lynch, Spring 2013

GUEST LECTURER

“Programming in Qualtrics and MTurk,” Market Intelligence (MBA), John Lynch, Spring 2014

“Statistics in SPSS Statistical Software,” Market Intelligence (MBA), John Lynch, Spring 2014

“So refreshing to have a young and enthusiastic teacher that’s obviously passionate about [what] they do. I honestly have no complaints. The readings were relevant and lectures were engaging. Keep it up! You rock!”

“Loved this class, most interactive, interesting, and informative class i have taken at cu. Julie was incredible and made all the information applicable and engaging. One of the best professors I’ve had.”

“I think you are one of the best teachers I’ve had. Class was engaging and the tests were fair. I thoroughly enjoyed the class and learned a lot.”

“I just wanted to congratulate you for your class. I feel i learned multiple concepts/information that i can use for my life as a student and as a worker.”

“Are you teaching any other marketing classes next semester? I’m trying to formulate my schedule and would love to have you again.”

“I really liked all of the relatable examples you used. I was always able to picture the examples during the test, helping me to remember the material. Great job at making the class fun and interesting.”

“I didn’t know marketing was so cool!”