Kelvin Wong

Clinical Assistant Professor
TEMPE Campus


Job Title(s)
Clinical Assistant Professor

Ph.D. Economics, University of Minnesota, 2016
M.A. Economics, University of Minnesota, 2013
B.S. Economics (Honors), University of Washington, 2009
B.A. Mathematics, University of Washington, 2009

Research Areas
Labor Economics, Microeconomics, Economics Education

Academic Positions Held
Clinical Assistant Professor, Arizona State University: 2016-present
Instructor, University of Northwestern: 2014-2015
Large Lecture Instructor, University of Minnesota: 2012-2015
Instructor, University of Minnesota: Summer 2012 - present
Teaching Assistant, University of Minnesota: 2010-2011

Career and Recent Professional Awards; Teaching Awards
2011 - 2016 Walter W. Heller Outstanding Teaching Award, University of Minnesota
2013 Economist Educator's Best in Class Award, First Place National Teaching Award, National Economics Teaching Association
2011 - 2016 Distinguished Instructor Award, University of Minnesota,
2010 Distinguished Teaching Assistant Award, University of Minnesota,
2009 Best Paper in Economics, University of Washington
2009 Economics Departmental Honors, University of Washington
2009 Presidential Scholar Research Scholarship, University of Washington
2009 Alberta Corkery Scholar in Economics, University of Washington

Representative Publications
Using a Game Show to Teach Game Theory Kelvin Wong. Diversifying Economic Quality: A Wiki for Instructors and Departments.



Spring 2017
Course NumberCourse Title
ECN 212Microeconomic Principles
Fall 2016
Course NumberCourse Title
ECN 212Microeconomic Principles
ECN 312Intermed Microecon Theory