I have accumulated extensive teaching experience lecturing and assistant teaching for undergraduate level modules at the School of Politics and International Relations (UCD).
As a teaching assistant, I prepare and hold 50-minute long tutorial sessions for groups of 15-20 students (including the preparation of teaching material and design of group exercises), I grade midterm essays and final exams and hold regular office hours.
As of this year, I am also a lecturer for a third- to fourth-year undergraduate module on EU Foreign Policy.
EU Foreign Policy: understanding how the European Union and its member states engage with the world (Fall 2022). This is a third- fourth-year undergraduate course (40 students) offered by UCD’s School of Politics and International Relations. I autonomously prepared the syllabus, designed lecture/seminar activities, and graded the assessments. You can find a copy of the syllabus below.
Theories and Concepts in International Relations (Fall 2022, 2021, 2020): second year undergraduate course (four to five tutorial groups of 15-20 students each). Module coordinator: Dr Tobias Theiler.
Comparative Politics (Spring 2022, 2021 and 2020): second year undergraduate course (four to five tutorial groups of 15-20 students each). Module coordinator: Dr Martijn Schoonvelde and Dr Dawn Walsh.
Foundations of Political Theory and International Relations (Fall 2019): first year undergraduate course (four tutorial groups of 15-20 students each). Module coordinator: Dr Tobias Theiler.
Other teaching experience
In May 2019, I participated in a NORTIA masterclass on data gathering and elite interviews, held at the Department of Politics and International Relations, University of Oxford. The event was attended by graduate students from Oxford and other UK universities
I was also invited to hold a lecture on European Strategic Autonomy at the Online Spring School organised by the Faculty of Social Sciences of Charles University in April 2021.
Most recently, I was invited to participate in a panel debate on EU external relations, as part of the course ‘Cultures of Governance’ for the MA programme in European Policy at the Faculty of Humanities (University of Amsterdam).