Professor, PLCY 717: Comparative Political Institutions and Policy UNC Public Policy PhD Program Core, Spring 2019, Spring 2020, Spring 2021.
Professor, GLBL 701: Political Economy of Development, UNC Global Studies MA Program Core, Spring 2016, Spring 2017, Spring 2019, Spring 2021.
Professor, GLBL 490: Quantitative and Qualitative Methods for Social Sciences Research, UNC Global Studies MA Program Core, Fall 2018, Spring 2020.
Professor, PLCY 581: Research Design in Public Policy, UNC Global Studies MA Program Core, Fall 2016.
Co-Instructor, Varieties of Democracy and Democratization, University of Gothenburg Department of Political Science PhD Program Elective, Spring 2015.
Co-Instructor, Theoretical and Historical Perspectives on Global Governance, University of Gothenburg International Administration and Global Governance MA Program (IAGG) Elective, Fall 2014.
Professor, GLBL 89H: Beg, Borrow, and Steal, UNC First Year Seminar (Honors), Spring 2016, Spring 2017.
Professor, PLCY 110: Global Policy Issues, UNC Public Policy Undergraduate Major Core, Fall 2015, Fall 2016, Fall 2018.
Note that I received a grant from the UNC Office of Undergraduate Research (OUR) for the Fall 2018 version of this class to develop a research-related skills course for honors students. Syllabus for this version available here.
Professor, PLCY 581: Research Design in Public Policy, UNC Public Policy Undergraduate Major Core, Fall 2016.
Co-Instructor, UCSD POLI 265: Seminar in Research Design, UCSD Political Science Undergraduate Elective, Spring 2011, Winter 2012.
Courses for Practitioners
Presenter, USAID Democracy, Human Rights, and Governance Partners Forum, representatives from USAID DRG and USAID partners, Washington DC, USA, July 2019.
Presenter, USAID Impact Evaluation Clinic, representatives from USAID DRG and USAID missions,Dar Es Salaam, Tanzania, March 2015.
Presenter, IPA Impact Evaluation Training, representatives from Malawi Economic Justice Network (MEJN), Lilongwe, Malawi, May 2014.
Instructor, Workshop in Research Methods, representatives from nonprofit, civil society, and government organizations, Lilongwe, Malawi, February 2011.