Coursework

In January 2010, I completed my undergraduate studies, receiving a B.A in International Politics and Economics. This is a repository of the courses I took at Middlebury College starting in 2006, including my time abroad in China.

Winter 2010:

Fall 2009:

  • PSCI 221: Chinese Politics (Teets)
  • PSCI 457: Non-state Actors in World Politics (Stroup)
  • ENVS 377: Nature and Creativity (Elder and Olsen)
  • GEOG 0231: Planning with Maps (Howarth)

Spring 2009:

  • ECON 429: Latin America and Foreign Trade (Maluccio)
  • RELI 395: Ethics and Environment (Gould)
  • ENVS 240: Science of Climate Change (Wolfson)

Fall, 2008 – Middlebury, VT

  • ENVS 380 (Isham): Global Challenges
  • PSCI 228 (Kraus): Eastern European Politics
  • ECON 340 (Lewin): Int’l Economics

Winter, 2008 – Beijing, China

Spring, 2008 – Hangzhou, China

  • One on One: Chinese Education
  • One on Two: Conversational Chinese
  • Newspaper Reading
  • Business Chinese Advanced

Fall, 2007 – Middlebury, VT

  • CHNS 301 (Wang): Advanced Chinese
  • CHNS 220 (Moran): Modern Chinese Literature
  • ENVS 211 (Klyza): Environmental Policy
  • PSCI 109 (Williams): International Politics

Summer, 2007 – Middlebury, VT

  • Intermediate Chinese at the Middlebury Summer Language Schools

Spring, 2007 – Middlebury, VT

  • CHNS 103 (Moran): Beginning Chinese
  • ECON 250 (Rothschild): Macro Theory
  • PSCI 304 (Rosenberg): International Political Economy
  • THEA 220 (Faraone): The 5 Hysterical Girls Theorem

Winter 2007 – Middlebury, VT

  • CHNS 102 (Du): Cont’d Beginning Chinese

Fall 2006 – Middlebury, VT

  • CHNS 101 (Moran): Beginning Chinese
  • ECON 255 (Pyle): Micro Theory
  • ENVS 215 (Morse): Nature’s Meanings
  • THEA 102 (Draper): Acting One

Spring 2006 – Middlebury, VT

  • FYSE 1158 (Siddiqi): 20th Century Indian Literature
  • MUSC 109 (Tan): Fundamentals of Music Theory
  • PSCI 103 (Bleich): Comparitive Politics
  • MATH 121 (Proctor): Calculus I
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