My two favorite courses to teach are International Political Economy and Human Rights, but I have broader teaching interests in international relations (introduction to IR, global issues, politics of trade and finance),  comparative politics (introduction to CP, development), and research methods and design.

I have several years of university teaching experience. For convenience, I’ve listed the courses and syllabi below. I’m happy to share teaching resources, especially simulation materials and instructions. I also developed an online laboratory component for introduction to statistics for Oxford College of Emory, and am happy to discuss the process of integrating online learning experiences.

At DePauw University:

Introduction to International Politics (Fall 2019, Spring 2020)

International Political Economy (Spring 2020)

At Oxford College of Emory University:

Introduction to Statistics (Fall 2017)

Introduction to Statistics lab (Fall 2017, Fall 2018, Spring 2019)

Intermediate International Relations (Spring 2017)

Research Design (Spring 2017, Fall 2018)

At University of Georgia:

Politics of International Trade and Finance (Fall 2016)

Human Rights (Spring 2016 )

Introduction to Global Issues (Fall 2015, Spring 2017)

Introduction to International Relations (Fall 2015 , Spring 2016)

Introduction to Comparative Politics (Spring 2015)

Politics of Development (Spring 2015, Fall 2016)

International Political Economy (Fall 2014, Summer 2016, Summer 2017)



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