My graduate and undergraduate teaching experience
At Guelph I have instructed a graduate course for the Department of Political Science on Development and Global Justice (POLS*6730) consistently since 2009. I have also instructed courses for the International Development Studies collaborative specialization since 2016 on Development Theory (IDEV*6800) and convened the International Development Seminar (IDEV*6200). Subsequently, after the IDEV masters specialization was revamped in 2017, I developed a new core master’s course Development Theory, Issues and Process (IDEV*6200). This intensive seminar was launched in 2018 and runs from September to April each year.
I have instructed courses for the Department of Political Science and the International Development Studies Program at the University of Guelph since 2009. I continue to instruct International Political Economy (POLS*3790) on the politics of the global economy. For many years I taught an introductory course on the Politics of Development (POLS*2080), and also instructed a course on the relevance and importance of case studies in international development (IDEV*3010).
To date I have supervised two very ambitious and successful doctoral projects to completion (Olabanji Akinola and Steffi Hamann). I have also advised several highly-motivated master’s thesis students (Alyssa Hubert, Adam Gallant and Chelsea Masse), and have supervised a number of major research papers and undergraduate research projects (Nick Bernards, Rashid Mohiddin, Gracen Johnson).
Watch an online lecture that I gave in June 2020 that aimed to help students learn about “Organizing Dissertation Research for Publication Success” at Mohammed V University of Rabat. Slides for the lecture are available – just email me.