Teaching

Many moons ago, I taught middle school Special Education. While much has changed since then, my dedication to teaching and my conviction that education is a source of empowerment has not.

 

 

 

 

Undergraduate research mentee Michael Obuchi presenting collaborative research project
 

Courses I would be excited to teach

Introduction to IR (Undergraduate)
Introduction to Comparative Politics (Undergraduate)
Probability Theory (Undergraduate)
Civil War & Ethnic Conflict (Undergraduate and Graduate)
The Politics of Terrorism (Undergraduate and Graduate)
Introduction to Linear Regression (Graduate)
Transparent Research Design (Graduate)
Computational Techniques for Social Science (Graduate)
Ending Civil Wars (Graduate)

Previous courses I served as a teaching assistant for

The Scientific Study of International Conflict (undergraduate, Fall 2015)
- Michaela Mattes

U.S. Foreign Policy in East Asia (undergraduate, Spring 2015)
- T.J. Pempel

Introduction to International Relations (undergraduate, Fall 2014)
- Winner of the Outstanding Graduate Student Instructor Award
- Steve Weber

Previous experience mentoring undergraduate students

Student Mentoring and Research Teams (1 student)
Undergraduate Research Apprentice Program (4 students)