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Robert McKeown

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Department of Economics

Assistant Professor
Teaching Stream
Academic Director, SNACK

Office: Vari Hall, 1052
Phone: 416-736-2100 Ext: 77026
Email: mckeow99@yorku.ca
Primary website: https://www.robertjmckeown.com/

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Robert J. McKeown is a CFA Charterholder and the Academic Director of SNACK: the Student Numeracy Assistance Centre.

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Robert J. McKeown has researched banking and the economics of education. He is interested in using technology to enhance active learning both inside and outside the classroom. His teaching focuses on improving undergraduate numeracy and the principles of economics.

Degrees

PhD, Queen's University
MA, Ryerson University

Research Interests

Economics , Education
  • Student Accessibility Services Faculty and Staff Recognition Award - 2021

Approach to Teaching


Robert McKeown strongly believes that active learning leads to better student outcomes and is committed to adopting education technology that increases student success.


Current Courses

Term Course Number Section Title Type
Fall 2022 AP/ECON1010 3.0 B Introduction to Macroeconomics BLEN
Fall 2022 AP/ECON1000 3.0 A Introduction to Microeconomics BLEN
Fall 2022 AP/ECON1530 3.0 C Introductory Mathematical Economics I LECT



Robert J. McKeown is a CFA Charterholder and the Academic Director of SNACK: the Student Numeracy Assistance Centre.

Robert J. McKeown has researched banking and the economics of education. He is interested in using technology to enhance active learning both inside and outside the classroom. His teaching focuses on improving undergraduate numeracy and the principles of economics.

Degrees

PhD, Queen's University
MA, Ryerson University

Research Interests

Economics , Education

Awards

  • Student Accessibility Services Faculty and Staff Recognition Award - 2021

Approach to Teaching


Robert McKeown strongly believes that active learning leads to better student outcomes and is committed to adopting education technology that increases student success.


Current Courses

Term Course Number Section Title Type
Fall 2022 AP/ECON1010 3.0 B Introduction to Macroeconomics BLEN
Fall 2022 AP/ECON1000 3.0 A Introduction to Microeconomics BLEN
Fall 2022 AP/ECON1530 3.0 C Introductory Mathematical Economics I LECT