Teaching


Teaching Experience  •  Instructor of Record

Dr. Szentkirályi has a demonstrated ability to teach traditional content-specific courses in political theory and international relations; however, he also has experience developing interdisciplinary, service-learning, writing-intensive, online and hybrid courses—whose universal design strive to accommodate the diverse backgrounds and concentrations of study of our undergraduates.

Click on the links below for course descriptions and syllabi.

POLITICAL THEORY
 Global Justice  •  summer 2017 (hybrid), spring 2017, fall 2016 (service-learning), summer 2016 (online)
  Government and Capitalism in the United States  •  spring 2015
  Environmental Political Theory  •  summer 2014

INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS
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Global Issues (online)  •  summer 2014, summer 2013

ACADEMIC WRITING
 Environmental Health Science, Policy, and Ethics  •  fall 2017, summer 2017

•  Writing in Political Science  •  spring 2017
 First-Year Writing and Rhetoric  •  fall 2017, spring 2016, fall 2015


Teaching Experience  •  Teaching Assistant

Department of Political Science, University of Colorado
 International Relations  •  fall 2014, fall 2013, spring 2011
 History of Western Political Thought  •  spring 2014, fall 2010
 Quantitative Research Methods  •  spring 2013
 American Political Thought  •  fall 2012
 Environmental Political Theory  •  spring 2012
 Introduction to Environmental Public Policy Analysis  •  fall 2011
 Survey of Modern Political Ideologies  •  fall 2011

Department of Philosophy, University of Connecticut
 General Problems of Philosophy  •  spring 2009, fall 2008, fall 2007
 Philosophy and Social Ethics  •  spring 2008


Teaching Grants and Awards

Faculty Fellows in Community-Based Learning grant ($4,000) • CU Engage: Center for Community Based Learning and Research, University of Colorado • April 2016

Graduate Part-Time Instructor Teaching Excellence award (university-wide competition following nomination by home department) • United Government of Graduate Students, University of Colorado • April 2016


Teacher Training and Pedagogical Development

Received Certificate in College Teaching, Graduate Teacher Program, University of Colorado (December 2016)

Designed WRTG 3020: Environmental Justice, new interdisciplinary writing-intensive course (November 2016): currently under review by the PWR Upper-Division Curriculum Committee

Designed new service-learning/community-based writing curriculum for Fall 2016 WRTG 3020: Global Justice course, in association with Intercambio de Comunidades, Boulder, CO (Summer 2016) 

Completed Service-Learning Curriculum Development Workshop, Center for Community-Based Learning and Research, University of Colorado (May 2016): prerequisite of $4,000 course development grant

Designed WRTG 3020: Writing in Political Science, new WAC/WID course (approved by the PWR May 2016)

Designed WRTG 3020: Global Justice, new interdisciplinary writing-intensive course (approved by the PWR November 2015)