Andrea L. Schneider, M.A.
I received my Bachelor of Arts in Economics from Miami University and my Master of Arts in Economics from Bowling Green State University, and I have been teaching introductory level Economics courses for business and non-business students at Bowling Green State University since August of 2000. My goals in the classroom are to teach students basic economic concepts; to help students develop different, and arguably better ways of thinking; and to interest my students in economics so that they take the time to develop their own opinions as to the many important issues facing us today and, in the process, become better-informed citizens of this country. To accomplish these goals, I incorporate many non-traditional teaching methodologies into the classroom – classroom experiments, the use of music and videos, in-class group projects, and the inclusion of values in classroom discussions. In appreciation of these efforts, I have been awarded the Undergraduate Student Government Faculty Excellence Award and the Schmidthorst College of Business Alumni Undergraduate Teaching Award.
Master of Arts, Economics, Bowling Green State University, Bowling Green, Ohio 1995-1997
Bachelor of Arts, Economics; Minor, Mathematics, Miami University, Oxford, Ohio 1989-1993
Lecturer of Economics, Bowling Green State University, 2014-present
Instructor of Economics, Bowling Green State University, 2000-2014
Adjunct Instructor of Economics, Tiffin University, 1997-1999
Teaching Assistant/Research Assistant, Bowling Green State University, 1996-1997
Self-employed as an Independent Distributor, Premier Designs, Inc., 2006-present
Corporate Asset Quality Analyst, Sky Financial Group, Inc., 2000
Corporate Asset Quality Associate, Sky Financial Group, Inc., 1997-2000
Project Manager Assistant, Mosser Construction, Inc., 1993-1996
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