Alexander George Theodoridis
Associate Professor | Political Science | University of Massachusetts Amherst
My teaching experience has spanned five institutions (the University of Virginia, Harvard University, the University of California, Berkeley, the University of California, Merced, and the University of Massachusetts Amherst), and has involved instruction of both undergraduate (introductory and upper division) and graduate students (professional and PhD).
Empirical Implications of Theoretical Models (EITM) Summer Institute
Mentoring Faculty in Residence, 2013
Graduate Student Coordinator, 2010
University of California, Merced
Political Science 213: Causal Inference & Experimental Methods in Political Science (Ph.D.) Syllabus
Political Science 252: Public Opinion (Ph.D.) Syllabus
Political Science 253: Voting, Campaigns and Elections (Ph.D.) Syllabus
Political Science 200: Research Design in Political Science (Ph.D.) Syllabus
Political Science 120: Voting Behavior, Campaigns and Elections. Syllabus
Political Science 125: Public Opinion. Syllabus
University of California, Berkeley
Graduate Student Instructor, Political Science 236B: Quantitative Methodology in the Social Sciences Seminar, Jas Sekhon. Syllabus
Graduate Student Instructor, Political Science 1: Introduction to American Politics, Rob Van Houweling.
Graduate Student Instructor, Political Science 164: Political Psychology, Laura Stoker.
Graduate Student Instructor, Political Science 164: Political Psychology, Jack Citrin.
Course Assistant, PAL 210: The American Congress, David C. King, John F. Kennedy School of Government. Spring 2005.
Teaching Fellow, GOV 20: Introduction to Comparative Politics, Pippa Norris, Department of Government. Fall 2004.
University of Virginia
Co-Instructor, PLAP 436: Campaigns and Elections, Woodrow Wilson Department of Politics. 2000-2003.