Teaching


Stony Brook University (Stony Brook, NY)
  • POL 101 - Introduction to World Politics (syllabus
    • Spring, 2013
    • Fall, 2012
    • Spring, 2012
  • POL 367 - Mass Media and American Politics (syllabus)
    • Fall, 2011
  • POL 535 - Public Policy Analysis and Evaluation (TA)
    • Fall, 2009
    • Fall, 2010
  • SOC 105 - Introduction to Sociology (TA)
    • Spring, 2010
Future courses
  • Substantive courses
    • International Relations 
    • US National Security Policy 
    • US Foreign Policy 
    • Cooperation 
    • Biology and Politics 
    • Behavioral Economics 
  • Methods courses
    • Introduction to Quantitative Methods: Probability Theory and Hypotheses Testing
    • Introduction to Computational Simulation and Agent-based Modeling
    • Introduction to Geospatial Analysis with Geographic Information Systems
    • Regression Analysis: Ordinary Least Squares, Maximum Likelihood Estimation, and diagnostics using Stata and R
    • Time-series Analysis 
For a more thorough exposition of my teaching philosophy and experiences, please download the document below. 
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Nicholas Seltzer,
Sep 29, 2013, 5:35 PM