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Teaching portfolio and evaluations available upon request.

 

WAR, PEACE, AND STRATEGY

Richard Betts, Columbia University

Teaching Assistant, Fall 2017 

Teaching Assistant, Fall 2016

Teaching Assistant, Fall 2015

Teaching Assistant, Fall 2013

Graduate-level and upper-level graduate course taught by Prof. Richard Betts at Columbia's School for International and Public Affairs (SIPA). Content taught includes theories of war and peace, Clausewitz'es On War, military strategy and tactics, nuclear deterrence theory, guerrilla warfare, and threat assessment.

INTERNATIONAL POLITICS

Robert Jervis, Columbia University

Teaching Assistant, Spring 2019

Teaching Assistant, Spring 2017

Teaching Assistant, Spring 2016 

First-year undergraduate introductory course to international politics. Topics covered include survey of international relations theory, bargaining models of war, deterrence theory, international political economy, and international organizations.

CHALLENGES AND DILEMMAS IN AMERICAN FOREIGN POLICY

Condoleezza Rice, Stanford University

Course Assistant, Winter 2010

Course Assistant, Winter 2010

Upper-level undergraduate and graduate seminar examining dilemmas and complexities of American foreign policy decision-making in the post-9/11 era. Topics include terrorism, nuclear proliferation, democratization, and post-conflict reconstruction. Organized 48-hour diplomatic negotiation and crisis simulation as final student assessment.

TECHNOLOGY AND NATIONAL SECURITY

William Perry and Siegfried Hecker, Stanford University

Teaching Assistant, Fall 2009

Teaching Assistant, Fall 2008

Course taught in Department of Management Science and Engineering that exposes students to the national security implications of nuclear technology. Topics include deep understanding of nuclear technology and its proliferation potential.

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