Teaching

Les maîtres d’école sont des jardiniers en intelligence humaine – Victor Hugo

I view teaching as a way to foster students’ critical thinking by providing appropriate theoretical tools and connecting them to real-life applications. In my classes, I place a lot of importance on understanding urban economics and real estate theories to allow students to approach in-class discussions and case studies in an ingenious and educated manner.

Classes at Cornell:

  • HADM6231 – Urban Theory and Real Estate Market Analysis
  • HADM6230 – Real Estate Statistical Modeling

Classes at Penn State:

  • RM450 – Contemporary Issues in Real Estate (Fall 2020)
  • RM450 – Contemporary Issues in Real Estate (Fall 2019)

Teaching Assistant:

  • Real Estate Financial Analysis (Fall 2018) for Dr. Jiro Yoshida – Undergraduate and MBA level
  • Business Computing (Fall 2016 and Spring 2017) – Undergraduate level
  • Corporate Finance (Spring 2014) for Dr. Daniel Lebret – MBA level
  • Quantitative Methods (Spring 2014) for Dr. Daniel Lebret – MBA level

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maxence.valentin@cornell.edu

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