Carlos Velasco Rivera

While at Princeton, I was a teaching assistant for several courses at the undergraduate and graduate level in the Politics Department and the Woodrow Wilson School. In addition, I taught a course on quantitive analysis offered by the Woodrow Wilson School as part of its Junior Summer Institute. Finally, I co-taught the statistical programming camp for Politics graduate students. Below you can find a list of all the courses, syllabi, and my teaching evaluations (when available).


POL 345: Quantitative Analysis and Politics, Fall 2011 (Student Evaluations: 4.3/5; Syllabus)
Professor Kosuke Imai

WWS 300: Democracy, Spring 2008, Spring 2009, and Fall 2011 (Student Evaluations: 4.2/5 in 2009 and 3.14/5 in 2011; Syllabus)
Professors Carles Boix and Nolan McCarty

WWS 479: International Development, Spring 2009 (Student Evaluations: 4.4/5; Syllabus)
Professor Alicia Adsera

WWS 600b: Introduction to Statistics, Summer 2009 and 2011 (Syllabus)
Instructor: Carlos Velasco Rivera


POL 572: Quantitative Analysis II, Spring 2012 (Syllabus)
Professor Kosuke Imai

WWS 507b: Quantitative Analysis, Fall 2008 (Syllabus)
Professor Sam Schulhofer-Wohl

WWS 515b: Program and Policy Evaluation, Fall 2008 (Syllabus)
Professor Jean Grossman

WWS 524: The Political Economy of Central Banking, Fall 2010 (Syllabus)
Professor Alan Blinder

Statistical Programming

Statistical Programming Camp, Spring 2012 and 2015 (Syllabus)
Instructors: Katherine McCabe and Carlos Velasco Rivera; Faculty Adviser: Kosuke Imai