I have taught at both the undergraduate and graduate level at a variety of institutions including research universities, liberal arts colleges, and continuing education. Currently, I am an Assistant Professor of Practice in Political Science at NYU Shanghai. Prior to NYU Shanghai, I was a Visiting Assistant Professor in the Government Department at Hamilton College. I have been the primary instructor for the following classes: Politics in China, International Political Economy, US-China Relations, Introduction to International Relations, and Introduction to Comparative Politics. Linked are relevant syllabi and course evaluations can be found below.
NYU Shanghai (AY 2016-current):
- Rasmussen Course Evaluations Intro to Intl Pol (NYU SH F2017)
- Rasmussen Course Evaluations Intro to Comp Pol (NYU SH F2017)
- Rasmussen Course Evaluations Comp Rev (NYU SH S2017)
- Rasmussen Course Evaluations US-China Relations (NYU SH S2017)
- Rasmussen Course Evaluations Intro to Intl Pol (NYU SH F2016)
Hamilton College (AY 2015-16) Teaching Evaluations (quantitative summary and sample course): Course Evaluations (Hamilton College AY 2015-16).
In addition, I have been an instructor or teaching assistant at Tufts University, Boston College, the Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy, Renmin Daxue (People’s University, Beijing-PRC) and the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute. Further evaluations available upon request (firstname.lastname@example.org). You can find my teaching philosophy statement here: Teaching Philosophy (Ivan Rasmussen).