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- Member of LCSC Martin Luther King, Jr. Day Organization Committee

2012-

- Member of LCSC food drive committee

 

- Organizer and Moderator of Constitution Day at LCSC

2012 -

- LCSC PoliSci Club Founder and Advisor

2012 -

- LCSC Model EU Advisor & Judge at the West Coast Model EU

2012 -

- Social Science Division Website Coordinator

2012 -

- Member of History Search Committee

2013

- Moderator of the Native American Awareness Week’s Tribal Chairs and

   Leadership session

2013

- Organizer and Moderator for community-wide guest talk on EU – US Trade

   relations by TOny Lockett, Head of Sector, Web Communication, European

   Commission

 2013

 - Translating 19th and early 20th century documents from German into English

   for the White Spring Ranch, National Historic Site & Museum, Genesee, ID

 2013

- Co-Organizer with League of Women Voters of On-Campus Voter

   Registration Drive

 2013

- Organizer of 2012 Election Night Event at LCSC

2012

- Technical Advisor for Eugene International High School Senior Project        

 2012

Guest lecturer for AP European History classes, South Eugene High School

 2012

- Guest speaker on “Comparative Political Institutions” at Occupy

  Constitution, Eugene

 2012

- Honor’s Thesis Advisor, University of Oregon

2011 - 2012

- Cited reviewer for Graber, Doris A., ed. Media Power in Politics. 6 ed.

  Washington, D.C.: CQ Press

 2011

- IntroDuckTion Freshman & Transfer Student Advisor, University of Oregon

2006 - 2011

- UO Model EU Advisor & Judge at the West Coast Model EU

2005 - 2010

 - Anonymous reviewer for International Studies Perspective

2006-2009

- Guest Speaker and Moderator, “Election 2008 Voter Literacy Workshop”

  organized by the Oregon Brain Trust and Residence Life

 2008

- UO panel participant preparing new international graduate students to teach

   for the 1st time in American classrooms

2004, 2007 - 2008

- Co-organizer and presenter of brown-bag seminar series on qualitative

  methods, Political Science Department, University of Oregon

 2005