Duquesne University (Political Science)
Virginia Tech (PhD)
University of Pittsburgh (Master's)
I hold graduate degrees in public and International affairs, economics, political science and United States history and foreign policy. I am currently teaching political science, international relations, and history at Shaw University and North Carolina Central University. My work experience includes working as a researcher and policy analyst at the National Defense University where I researched, analyzed, critiqued and evaluated U.S. intelligence and security material, coordinated, organized and moderated conferences and wrote articles and newsletters. As an educational exchange desk officer at the U.S. Information Agency in Washington, D.C., I coordinated U.S. based training programs for overseas educational advisers and planned and analyzed educational programs for U.S. post overseas. I have published several articles, book reviews, and biographies and currently working on his first book and also serves as the director of political affairs for a political action committee
My educational philosophy include my strong believe in a directed study education where students are heavily involved in not only class discussions but also with classmates outside of class. Students must be taught to cover course materials and other information in class and also apply what they have learned in class and with their own groups to their own experiences and in their professional fields. Students regardless of age tend to learn better and their learning ability enhanced when they interact with others because, these interactions will be self-motivating, self-disciplining and encouraging factors in the learning process. Also, students need to be encouraged to use a wide variety of formats such as visual aids and other electronics because if students see and hear the information they are studying their learning abilities will be further advanced.
I have been teaching history, political science and international relations at a college level for over 15 years assisting students with their research paper and other projects including presentations, grammar and readings.
Should you be interested in being tutored in the history, political science, international relations, Arabic and/or English please contact me. I hold graduate degrees in public and International affairs, economics, political science and United States history and foreign policy. I am currently teaching political science, international relations, and history at Shaw University and North Carolina Central University. My work experience includes working as a researcher and policy analyst at
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I am a native Arabic speaker and have taught the subject for several years. In addition to teaching the subject, I was able to interpret and translate professional and formal documents, news stories, books and serve on panels and workshops where translation was needed. I speak the language and translate on a daily basis both formally and informally.
I have been teaching political science, international relations, comparative political and American government for over 15 years. Also, I have tutored numerous students in political science.
In the last 15 years, I have taught world religions, comparative religions and religious experiences. My educational philosophy is to link what is learned in the classroom to society at large in order to provide actual examples. The student is expected to not only take notes but to also become an active participant in the discussions and bring questions from current events.