Instructed 1,500+ students in international relations, comparative policy, public policy, and social sciences in 12 introductory and advanced undergraduate courses.
- Introductory and Advanced International relations undergraduate courses (ISS 215, 210 & 325) linking the main IR theories with government policy and administration (with Professor Ronald Puhek).
- Introductory and Advanced Public Policy undergraduate courses (ISS 315) on Global Diversity and Interdependence (with Professor Alan Posner).
- International Relations Course – Introductory undergraduate class on the different models of transition to democracy and their impact on the organization of government and policy outcomes.
- Advanced undergraduate social sciences and comparative politics courses (ISS 325 and ISS 315); looked at the role of government on the causes, consequences and dynamics of war and revolutions of the 20th century (with Professor James Wagman).