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Below are my previous experience as an instructor, teaching assistant, and other experience.
- Pohang University of Science and Technology
Nuclear Power and Social Issues-Lectuers for Int. Students (NUCE:503): Spring 2022
Taught six-session lectures related to nuclear power and social issues in South Korea for international students.
Introduction of Advanced Nuclear Convergence of Future Society (NUCE: 719C): Spring 2022
Taught one-session lecture related to nuclear power, social conflicts, and the convergence of social science and nuclear technology.
- University of Iowa
Politics of Epidemics: International Conflict and Cooperation (POLI:3550): Fall 2020
Introduction to American Foreign Policy (POLI:1501): Fall 2019
Introduction to Politics of Class & Inequality (POLI:1800): Spring 2021
American Public Policy (POLI:3111): Spring 2019
Introduction to American Foreign Policy (POLI:1501): Fall 2018, Spring 2020
Introduction to Comparative Politics (POLI:1400): Spring 2018
International Conflict (POLI:3512): Fall 2017
Course Developer, Guest Lecturer and Department Service
Course Developer and Guest Lecturer: Introduction to Comparative Politics: Summer 2021
Developed the Introduction to Comparative Politics class. Provided seven-session lectures related to Regime Types, Electoral Institutions and Political Parties, Party Systems, Measures of Regime Types and Regime Changes, Globalization, Gender and Politics, and Comparative Approaches.
Instructor: Math Camp: Summer 2020, Summer 2021
Taught week-long basic mathematics and statistics course for incoming graduate students.
Instructor: Review from OLS to MLE: Summer 2020
Taught four-session reviews of OLS to MLE for 2nd year graduate students.
Guest Lecturer: Intro Methods: Fall 2019
Taught three-session lectures related to visualization through STATA and R, Monte Carlo Simulation, basic STATA commands for OLS and Logistic Regression for 1st year graduate students.
Department Service Collaboratory Manager: Fall 2019–Spring 2020
Gave undergraduate students, graduate students, and faculty members advice and help with methodology, statistics, STATA, and R.