Teaching Interests

My teaching experience has been diverse.  At Binghamton University (SUNY), I gained experience in undergraduate teaching by serving as an independent instructor for four upper-level undergraduate courses: Comparative Government, Comparative Political Parties, Political Institutions and Democratization, and Chinese Politics.  In the process, I received the Certificate of University Teaching in Political Science in 2010.  In the future, I would like to teach courses in comparative politics, political institutions, political parties and interest groups in Europe and Asia, democracy and dictatorship, and transitions to democracy.  I am also interested in teaching research methods courses such as multivariate regression analysis, panel data methods, empirical implications of theoretical models, and public choice. 

Teaching Experience

Instructor of Record

[U]  Comparative Political Parties (PLSC 350, Spring 2011)  [syllabus]

[U]  Political Institutions and Democracy (PLSC 389T, Spring 2010)  [syllabus]

[U]  Comparative Government (PLSC 389C, Summer 2010)  [syllabus] 

[U]  Politics of China (PLSC 389Q, Summer 2009)  [syllabus]

Teaching Assistant

[G] Research Methods and Statistics II (PLSC 501, Spring 2012)

[U]  Introduction to Comparative Politics (PLSC 113, Fall 2008) 

[U]  Introduction to World Politics (PLSC 117, Spring 2008 and Fall 2010)