I currently teach “U.S. Foreign Policy” (to both graduate and undergraduate students) and “International Organizations in Theory and in Practice.”
I also direct the Harris School Writing Program. I strive for public policy students to effectively communicate empirical evidence in policy writing.
I served as the head teaching assistant for courses on international relations, political economy, and political institutions, and for four years helped organize the Harris School’s International Policy Practicum course, which involved two week trips to Jordan and Israel, Cambodia, Turkey, Rwanda, and Madagascar. Twice I won the “Teaching Assistant of the Year” award at the Harris School.
I have served as a Teaching Consultant for the University of Chicago, helped develop and lead a “mini-course” in international policy by partnering with the Chicago Council on Global Affairs, and have taken advantage of multiple opportunities to further my pedagogical training by leveraging the University of Chicago’s Center for Teaching and Learning workshops.
Copyright 2015 Felicity Vabulas.