Teaching

 

Supervision

Substantive Research Paper (SRP) Supervision, Graduate Level: “Adaptation of Channels of Hope and Celebrating Families for Fragile Contexts” — Summer 2018

Substantive Research Paper (SRP) Supervision, Graduate Level: “North Korea’s Nuclear Program” — Fall 2017

Substantive Research Paper (SRP) Supervision, Graduate Level: “What factors facilitate the convergence of a FTO and a TCO?” — Summer 2015

Executive

Graduate Course: SIS-793 “MIS Practicum”, American University, School of International Service, Washington, DC, USA — Fall 2018; Spring 2019

Graduate Course: SIS-686 “Proseminar in International Affairs I”, American University, School of International Service, Washington, DC, USA — Fall 2013; Fall 2014; Fall 2015; Fall 2016; Fall 2017; Spring 2019

Graduate Course: SIS-687 “Proseminar in International Affairs II”, American University, School of International Service, Washington, DC, USA — Spring 2014; Spring 2015

Section: “Non-State Conflict Management”, Course: “Conflict Prevention: West Africa”, Academy for International Conflict Management and Peacebuilding, United States Institute of Peace (USIP), Washington, DC, USA — 2010

Graduate Studies

Graduate Course: SIS-611 “International Negotiation”, American University, School of International Service, Washington, DC, USA — Fall 2014

Graduate Course: SIS-619 “International Peace and Conflict Resolution Seminar I: Analyzing War and Peace“, American University, School of International Service, Washington, DC, USA — Fall 2016

Graduate Course: SIS-609 “Conflict Analysis and Resolution: Theory and Practice”, American University, School of International Service, Washington, DC, USA — Spring 2014; Spring 2015; Fall 2015; Spring 2016

Graduate Course: SIS-607 “Peace Paradigms”, American University, School of International Service, Washington, DC, USA — Fall 2013

Graduate Course: SIS-691 “Internship in International Affairs”, American University, School of International Service, Washington, DC, USA — Spring 2016, Fall 2018

Master’s degree Seminar: “NGOs and International Conflict Management”, University of Osnabrück, Germany — 2009/10

Undergraduate Studies

Undergraduate Course: SISU-419 “Senior Capstone: International Studies Transnational Organized Crime”, American University, School of International Service, Washington, DC, USA — Fall 2018

Core Research Seminar: “Transnational Organized Crime”, University of California, Washington Center (UCDC), Washington, DC, USA — Spring and Fall 2013