Greetings and salutations. As a graduate student in Temple University's Department of political science, I shall be completing a PhD in the fall. My area of specialization is the history of political thought. I teach college students a diverse set of classes which cover American politics; International relations and comparative world cultures/political systems; American political history; political theory and philosophy; the history and significance of race in the United States; and, the politics of identity. Many of these classes require extensive writing on the part of students, and I also assist students in developing the professional writing skills and style expected of college graduates. In addition, I have worked at the Temple University Writing Center, tutoring students in basic writing and grammar skills. As an undergrad, I double majored in history and political science, which has provided me with a full background in not only politics, but in American, European and World History. As an experienced college educator, I am required to be well versed in all theories of educational instruction from lecture to Socratic dialogue between student and teacher. Further, I am routinely rated in the top 3% of political science instructors within the department according to student evaluation feedback forms. My true passion is educating the next generation of Americans to become the thoughtful and well informed individuals necessary for any properly functioning democracy.
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