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Objective: Seek the Position of Teacher - Political Science
SUMMARY: Remarkably knowledgeable, analytical and passionate Political Science Teacher with more than six years experience teaching both lower and upper-division courses that contribute to the political science curriculum and department, undergraduate advisement and mentoring, and contributing to the general education program, particularly the freshman year experience.
Summary of Qualifications
Strong knowledge of law and the way of government.
Strong ability to effectively use the English language.
Profound knowledge of methods, techniques, and curriculum for teaching and training individuals and groups, including for the measurement of training effects.
Sound knowledge of historical events and their causes, indicators, and effects on civilizations and cultures.
Exceptional knowledge of the various philosophical systems and religions and their impact on human culture.
Proven ability to comprehend written sentences and paragraphs in work related documents.
Remarkable ability to talk to others to convey information effectively.
Exceptional ability to use logic and reasoning to identify the strengths and weaknesses of alternative solutions, conclusions or approaches to problems.
Great ability to choose and use training/instructional methods and procedures necessary for teaching new things.
Exceptional time management skill.
Minneapolis State University, Minneapolis 2002 - Present
Political Science Teacher
Contribute to the scholarship and intellectual life of the School by conducting research which enhances the School's high reputation as a research-led teaching institution.
Engage in undergraduate and postgraduate teaching as determined by the Head of Department.
Responsible for the quality of teaching delivered and as necessary seek further training, guidance and skills development to ensure that standards are maintained and improved.
Manage as appropriate any grants which are secured, including the recruitment and management of any additional research staff required to fulfill the contracts, organizing conferences, establishing contacts with the wider academic community, and disseminating knowledge through public activities which further enhance the scholarly reputation of the School.
Accept responsibility within the School; this involves departmental administrative responsibilities in respect of student services, student recruitment and advice; as well as participate in aspects of School governance by serving on School committees.
Act as personal tutor to students allocated by the Head of Department.
Select and supervise M.Sc. students as appropriate.
Minneapolis State University, Minneapolis 2000 - 2002
Research Assistant - Political Science
Conducted literature reviews.
Participated in interviews.
Analyzed qualitative data.
Administered the effective communication of research outputs.
Helped with the planning and execution of fieldwork trips and one workshop.
Delivered lectures to undergraduate students.
PhD Political Science University of New York (2002)
Masters Degree in Political Science University of New York (2000)
Bachelor of Science Degree in Political Science University of New York (1997)