ACE 516: Environmental Economics, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Instructor, Fall 2022
Introduction to Agricultural Economics, Universidade Federal de Rondônia
Instructor, Summer 2019
FIN 580: Big Data Analytics, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign*
Teaching Assistant, Spring 2016
ACE 264: Applied Statistical Methods & Data Analytics 2, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Instructor, Fall 2022
CS 477: The Consumer and the Market, University of Wisconsin-Madison
Instructor, Fall 2021 (Evaluations) and Spring 2022
AAE 215: Introduction to Agricultural Economics, University of Wisconsin-Madison
Instructor, Spring 2022
AAE 350: World Hunger and Malnutrition, University of Wisconsin-Madison
Teaching Assistant, Spring 2020 (Evaluations 1, 2, 3, 4)
AAE 322: Commodity Markets, University of Wisconsin-Madison
Teaching Assistant, Spring 2018 (Evaluations 1, 2)
ACE 430: Food Marketing, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign*
Teaching Assistant, Spring 2015 & 2016
*Indicates course for which I did not lead discussion sections
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It (the instructor's teaching) can't be improved. It's at its highest level.
Marin is an awesome professor and deserves to keep teaching. She is awesome in every way and I hope the best for her future she helped me so much.
She knows the material super well. And is excited about it!
Marin is very enthusiastic which has made the course much more enjoyable.
Marin is receptive to student questions, and it's evident she takes the time and effort to help make sure students understand the course content.
Marin did a good job during discussion keeping us engaged and interested. She did a good job of explaining and simplifying complex topics.
I really love having Marin as my instructor. The way she explains topic materials, making it easy for students to understand.
Marin is very knowledgeable and speaks with a great sensitivity about poverty – even when it got sad or controversial. Discussion sections were structured in a way that made it easy to engage and I enjoyed hearing Marin's input. Additionally, with the transition, Marin and the other TAs handled everything with great consideration - but I would say that Marin stood out as someone who provided understanding and resources.
Marin was an excellent TA for 322. By far the most helpful TA I have had throughout my courses here.
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