Teaching

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GRADUATE & UNDERGRADUATE COURSES TAUGHT OVER THE YEARS

  • “Advanced Quantitative Techniques”
  • “Applied and Operations Research for Health and Development: The Ugandan Case”
  • “Approaches to Sustainable Development”
  • “Business Statistics”
  • “Complex Emergencies, Refugees and Migrants”
  • “Entrepreneurship and Development”
  • “Fleeing from Famine – The Management of Forced Migration”
  • “Health & Development Interventions: New Approaches”
  • “HIV/AIDS Programming for Development: The Successful Case of Thailand”
  • “Health and Development Programming in Post-Disaster Settings”
  • “Human Rights Advocacy and Research”
  • “Impact Evaluation”
  • “Improving the Quality of Life of Children: Health, Work and Education”
  • “Information and Communication Technologies for International Development”
  • “International Political and Economic Relations”
  • “Introduction to Quantitative Analysis”
  • “Introduction to Research Analysis”
  • “Learning How to Learn with Technology”
  • “Methods of Evaluation for HIV/AIDS Prevention and Care”
  • “Monitoring and Evaluation”
  • “Monitoring and Evaluation for HIV/AIDS Prevention and Other Behavioral Intervention Programs”
  • “New Approaches to Monitoring and Evaluation in Health and Development”
  • “Program Design”
  • “Program Implementation for HIV/AIDS and Related Development Programs”
  • “Program Management, Monitoring and Evaluation with examples from HIV/AIDS, Malaria, and TB and a focus on Developing Countries”
  • “Program Monitoring”
  • “Project Planning for International Health and Development”
  • “Refugee and Migrant Health and Development”
  • “Research Methods in Social Sciences”
  • “Six Decades of International Development”
  • “Sustainable Tourism in Africa: A Pathway to Development?”
  • “Understanding Child Labor in the Context of Child Rights”
  • “Urban Resilience to Climate Change”
  • “Western Civilization”