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Steve L. Monroe
I take great pride in teaching. I believe helping students apply and question our discipline's theories is core to being a political scientist.
As a graduate student at Princeton, I have served as a teaching instructor for undergraduate courses in Comparative Politics (Politics in Africa), International Relations (Human Rights) and Middle Eastern Studies (History of the Middle East). I also co-taught an introduction to writing course and tutored incarcerated students with Princeton’s Prison Teaching Initiative (PTI). Click here to learn more about my teaching philosophy, and scroll below to see my average student evaluation scores across courses.
The Politics of Human Rights (Undergraduate), Professor Gary Bass, Spring 2018,
Teaching Assistant, Student Evaluations: 4.28 / 5.00 (5.00 = Excellent)
Politics in Africa (Undergraduate), Professor Leonard Wantchekon, Spring 2016, Teaching Assistant, Student Evaluations: 4.75 / 5.00
Introduction to the Middle East (Undergraduate), Professor Cyrus Schayegh, Fall 2015, Teaching Assistant, Student Evaluations: 4.20 / 5.00
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