From 2016-2020 I was Assistant Professor in the School of Risk Management, Insurance, and Actuarial Science at the Tobin Business School, St. John’s University in New York City. I taught the following courses.
- ACT3335, ACT605 Life Contingencies I
- ACT3336, ACT606 Life Contingencies II
- ACT3349, Business Statistics, Statistics for Risk Modeling
- RMI3388, Applications of Computers to Insurance
- RMI611, Cases in Insurance
- RMI688, Applications of Analytics and Technology in Risk Management
- ACT3335/6 and 605/6
- Fundamental principles of life contingencies, particularly those related to pricing and reserving of various life insurance and annuity products
- Provide the theoretical foundations of regression and time series; Incorporate examples and problems to link the theory with real-life applications; Develop students understanding of statistical concepts; Allow students a hands-on opportunity to perform statistical analysis
- RMI3388 and 688
- Provides students with hands-on experience in different computer software to perform various data analysis tasks that are commonly required of entry-level jobs in the risk management and insurance industry. Basic and intermediate analytic concepts are reviewed in the context of insurance applications.
- This course includes practice-oriented readings, case analysis, topical discussions and related presentations by industry speakers; The course helps students connect concepts to the current and evolving practice of insurance; It results in students understanding the nature of decisions insurance practitioners ordinarily have to make