I enjoy teaching courses on various topics, including international relations, international political economy, and research methods in political science.

Courses Taught and Course Materials
PSC 106 Intro to IR (Instructing 2 Recitation Sections at Rochester, 2021 Spring)

Text Book: World Politics: Interests, Interactions, Institutions, by Jeffrey A. Frieden, David A. Lake & Kenneth A. Schultz

Section #1: 24 students, Section #2: 22 students

Zoom link for the class: 
Section #1  https://rochester.zoom.us/j/92146641214

Section #2  https://rochester.zoom.us/j/94963792379

Handouts:

Week1, Week2, Week3, Week4, Week5, Week6, Week7, Week8, Week9

PSC 106 Intro to IR (Instructing 2 Recitation Sections at Rochester, 2019 Fall)

Text Book: World Politics: Interests, Interactions, Institutions, by Jeffrey A. Frieden, David A. Lake & Kenneth A. Schultz

Course Syllabus

Course Readings

Section #1: 20 students, Section #2: 19 students

POL 235 International Relations among Rich and Poor Nations
                 (International Political Economy, 
Purdue, 2017 Spring)
1/5

Text Book: International Political Economy, by Thomas Oatley

                   International Economics: Theory and Policy, by Marc Melitz Maurice Obstfeld Paul Krugman

Course Evaluation Results: "Overall, I would rate this instructor as:" 4.3 / 5.0

                                                 "Overall, I would rate this course as:" 4.0 / 5.0

Course Syllabus

Final Exam

Group Presentation Guides: #1 Topic of Interest, #2 Actors, #3 Systemic Causal Factor, #4 Generalizable Causal Theory

Weekly News Scrap Template

POL 300 Political Methodology (Instructing 3 Labs at Purdue, 2016 Fall)
1/3

Text Book: A Stata Companion to Political Analysis, 3rd edition, by Pollock

Course Evaluation Results: "Overall, I would rate this instructor as:"

                                                Section 1: 4.9 / 5.0                Section 2: 4.6 / 5.0                   Section 3: 4.6 / 5.0

STATA .do files for 14 lab sessions:

week1, week2, week3, week4, week5, week6(midterm), week7, week8, week9, week10, week11, week12, week13, week14

Independent Practice Assignments for 14 lab sessions:

week1, week2, week3, week4, week5, week6(midterm), week7, week8, week9, week10, week11, week12, week13, week14

Teaching Assistant

PSC 106: Introduction to International Relations (Prof. Hein Goemans, Rochester, 2019 Fall, 2021 Spring)

PSCI 105: Introduction to American Politics (Prof. Dan Alexander, Rochester, 2020 Fall)

PSC / ECO 288: Game Theory (Prof. Tasos Kalandrakis, Rochester, 2020 Spring)

POL 435: International Law (Prof. Louis Rene Beres, Purdue, 2014 Fall)

POL 140: Governments of the World (Prof. Mark Tilton, Purdue, 2014 Spring)

POL 323: Gomparative Environmental Policy (Prof. Mark Tilton, Purdue, 2013 Fall)

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