Teaching and Syllabi



At the Niagara Foundation, November 2013

In the classroom, my goal is to create student-centered learning environments that combine critical thinking skills with problem-solving and collaborative tools that will make our graduates competitive on the global job market. My responsibility to our students does not end when class is dismissed – quite the opposite. My door is always open for extra help and discussions, independent studies, honors theses, career  counseling, and of course, casual conversations about politics, baseball, zombies and the future of civilization.

Syllabi for courses

POS 103: Introduction to International Relations (syllabus)

POS 102: Introduction to Comparative Politics (syllabus)

ACP 250: Transit in Transition (syllabus)

POS 303: Comparative Democratization (syllabus)

POS 358: International Relations of the Middle East (syllabus)

POS 345: Global Digital Activism (syllabus)

POS 359: Egyptian Politics (Syllabus)

POS 354: Power and Politics in the Middle East (syllabus)

POS 390: The Iran Crisis and National Security (syllabus)

POS 339: Political Violence and Terrorism (syllabus)

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