I am a serious, practiced, and motivated teacher with over a decade of experience grading, advising and teaching at three campuses. You can see my course details here.
In my classrooms and online courses, learning is active, individual, and collaborative. I integrate traditional lecture, Socratic discussion, and in-class cooperation. To stay true our central purpose, we also constantly refer back to current events and real applications.
Assignments direct students to engage specific questions and then work those puzzles through a series of increasingly complex approaches.
Undergraduate Courses Taught
Introduction to American Politics*
Introduction to Political Theory
Introduction to International Politics*
Introduction to Comparative Politics
American Foreign Policy
Causes of War*
Cyber, Drones & National Security*
Religion and International Politics*
Study of Strategy (Honors)
International Relations Seminar
American Foreign Policy Seminar
Foreign Policy Analysis Seminar
Emerging Tech & Nt’l Security Seminar
Int’l Politics and Religion Seminar
All seminars include synchronous online and classroom sections.
Model United Nations
World Affairs Organization
* Denotes both in person and asynchronous online versions developed and led.