Teaching Experience

At The University of North Carolina at Charlotte (UNCC)

o Graduate Courses
 CEGR 4161/5161: Advanced Traffic Engineering, Fall 2014, Fall 2015, Fall 2016 (Student Evaluation of Faculty Teaching Effectiveness: 4.74/5.0)

 CEGR 6161/INES 8090: Traffic Control and Operations, Spring 2014, Spring 2015, Spring 2016 (Student Evaluation of Faculty Teaching Effectiveness: 4.88/5.0), Spring 2017
 CEGR 6182/INES 8090: Transportation Systems Analysis, Spring 2014 (Student Evaluation of Faculty Teaching Effectiveness: 4.67/5.0)

 CEGR 6090/INES 8090: Special Topics: Urban Transportation Networks: Equilibrium and Optimization, Fall 2014 (Student Evaluation of Faculty Teaching Effectiveness: 4.83/5.0)

 CEGR 6090/INES 8090: Special Topics: Discrete Choice Modeling, Spring 2015 (Student Evaluation of Faculty Teaching Effectiveness: 5.0/5.0)

 CEGR 6181/INES 8090 Traffic Flow Theory, Fall 2015 (Student Evaluation of Faculty Teaching Effectiveness: 5.0/5.0)

 CEGR 6090/INES 8090: Special Topics: Advanced Travel Demand Modeling & Analysis, Spring 2016 (Student Evaluation of Faculty Teaching Effectiveness: 4.67/5.0)

 

o Undergraduate Courses
 CEGR 2104 Surveying and Site Design, Fall 2013 (Student Evaluation of Faculty Teaching Effectiveness: 4.70/5.0)

 CEGR 3161 Introduction to Transportation Engineering, Fall 2016 (Student Evaluation of Faculty Teaching Effectiveness: 4.50/5.0)

 

 

 

At The University of Texas at Tyler (UT Tyler)
o Graduate Courses
 Operations Research and Advanced Mathematics
 Urban Transportation Planning
 Transportation System Management & Operations
 Public Transportation Engineering
 Special Topic – Transportation Network Analysis
 Special Topic – Transportation Systems Analysis and Demand Modeling
 Special Topic – Discrete Choice Modeling
 Special Topic – Pavement Management Systems


o Undergraduate Courses
 Engineering Mechanics – Statics
 Geomatics
 Civil Engineering Measurement
 Probability & Statistics for Engineers
 Transportation Engineering
 Traffic Engineering: Operations and Control (with Lab)

 

 

The mediocre teacher tells. The good teacher explains. The superior teacher demonstrates. The great teacher inspires. – William Arthur Ward