I am a dedicated and enthusiastic teacher with experience teaching both undergraduate and graduate students.  I will be able to offer a wide variety of substantive courses at the introductory and graduate level in the following topics: theories of international relations, international political economy, alliance politics, trade politics, economic interdependence and international conflict, international organization, and regional integration.  I would also be able to offer both introductory and graduate level methods courses such as game theory, ordinary least square estimation, and maximum likelihood estimation.

Teaching at Osaka University of Economics (2014- present)
  • International Relations Theory I (Spring 2014)
  • International Relations Theory II (Fall 2014)
Teaching at Trinity College Dublin (2010-2013)
  • PO3600: Research Methods (2010, 2011, 2012) / A year-long introductory course to Research Design, Game Theory, and Statistics.
  • PO7000: Political Economy (Winter 2011) / A Ph.D. survey course for Political Economy.
  • PO7001: Quantitative Methods I (Fall 2011, Fall 2012) / A Ph.D. introductory course for Statistical Analysis.
  • PO8008: International Conflict (Fall 2010, Fall 2011, Fall 2012) / A Master's core course.
  • PO8010: Politics of Development (Winter 2011) / A Master's elective course.
Teaching at University of California, Los Angeles (Teaching Fellow (2008-09) / Teaching Associate (2007-08) / Teaching Assistant (2006-07))
  • PS20: World Politics (Spring 2006) / with Prof. Peter Thompson, Introduction to International Relations.
  • PS30: Politics and Strategy (Winter 2006, Winter 2007, Fall 2008, Winter 2009) / with Prof. Kathleen Bawn and Prof. Michael Chwe, Introductory game theory course for the undergraduate.
  • PS172: Strategy and Conflict (Spring 2007) / with Prof. Jeffrey Lewis and Prof. James Honaker, Advanced game theory course for the undergraduate.
  • PS204: Game Theory in Politics (Fall 2006, Fall 2007) / with Prof. George Tsebelis and Prof. Barry O'Neill, Game theory course for the graduate.