Successfully defended my dissertation prospectus, taught 80 students for Introduction to International Relations, had a fantastic time presenting at ISA in Toronto (and during my visit to NYC prior to conferencing), taught two scholar weekends for UGA’s Duke TIP program . . . and completed two 1/2 marathons. Busy, busy, busy, but all good things!
Syllabus for INTL3200 ready for Spring 2014!
I’ve posted the syllabus for Intro to IR at the link above. Looking forward to the course!
Wrapping up a great semester: passed comps, started working on my prospectus, enjoyed ISA-South in Charlotte, taught TIP Scholar Weekend…
Looking forward to next semester: teaching two sections of INTL 3200 (Introduction to International Relations), working on the prospectus, attending ISA in Toronto… with a few 1/2 Marathons sprinkled in!
Had a great time as the instructor for Duke TIP China 2013! Whirlwind tour of Shanghai, Xi’an, and Beijing. Loved teaching intro to international relations to such a great group of students.
Officially done teaching my first college class. I hope my students learned as much and had as much fun as I did!
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