At Cornell, I have taught management core for business minor undergraduate and graduate students as a solo-instructor. My teaching interests include stakeholder management, leadership, strategy, decision-making, sustainable business, innovation and entrepreneurship, etc.
EXPERIENCE AS AN INSTRUCTOR
CORNELL UNIVERSITY S.C. Johnson College of Business
Business Minor, Undergraduate and Graduates Students
Managing and Leading in Organizations [Link] - Fall 2019;
In-person / 14-week / 3 credits / 44 students / Instructor Rating: 4.7 out of 5.0
This was my favorite class this semester because I felt that the material was extremely helpful and relevant for the experiences we are facing as undergraduate and graduate students!
The instructor was extremely engaging in every lecture and came very prepared. She used interesting case studies, group activities and concise and informative lecture slides to portray information.
She was always available to speak to outside of class, and was very flexible with scheduling time to meet with her. I learned a lot from her course that I know will be beneficial when I return to the workforce.
I think Professor Lu was an amazing professor! She catered her curriculum to be in line with what we were interested in and made sure every session was fun and insightful. Definitely my favorite Professor this semester.
EXPERIENCE AS A TEACHING ASSISTANT
CORNELL UNIVERSITY Johnson School of Management
Executive MBA Americas, Two-year MBA, Cornell/Tsinghua MBA
1. Leadership, Ethics and Organizations (by Isaac Smith) – Fall 2018;
2. Critical Thinking (by Glen Dowell) – Summer 2018;
3. Power and Politics in Organizations (by Angus Hildreth) – Spring 2018;
4. Challenges in Leadership (by Isaac Smith & Michelle Duguid) – Fall 2017;
5. Managing and Leading in Organizations (by Elizabeth Mannix) – Summer 2017, 2018 & 2020