During most of my career I have been involved in teaching methodology and research skills. I have taught courses on research design, qualitative and quantitative methods, and academic writing and I have developed skill tracks for the Master European Studies and the Master European Public Affairs. In addition, I have supervised numerous Master- and Bachelor-theses. In 2013 I obtained my University Teaching Qualification. Since April 2016 I am Associate Director and as of September 2018 Director of Studies of the Bachelor European Studies at Maastricht University which enrols more than 1,000 students and which involves 30 course coordinators and about 80 colleagues.
Coordination and Development
|2015-2018||Multilevel and Longitudinal Modelling, Research Master European Studies|
|2011-2018||Analyzing Research Designs, Bachelor European Studies|
|2013-2014||Integrated Skills Track, Master European Public Aaffairs|
|2011-2014||Governance in the EU, Master European Public Affairs|
|2011-2014||Research Skills Track, Master European Studies|
|2013-2016||Developing Your Own Research Design, Bachelor European Studies|
|2011-2016||Comparative Politics and Government, Bachelor European Studies|
|2011-2016||Survey Research, Bachelor European Studies|
|2011-2016||Qualitative Research Skills, Bachelor European Studies|
|2011-2016||Quantitative Data Analysis, Bachelor European Studies|
University of Edinburgh
2009-2011 Tutor Core Quantitative Data Analysis
VU University Amsterdam
|2007-2008||Instructor Bachelor Project|
|2007-2008||Instructor Bachelor Werkgroep Introduction to Political Science|
|2005-2006||Teaching Assistant Introduction to Political Science|
2013 "Territorial politics and election research" lecture delivered at the Summer School on "Methodological Pathways in Territorial Politics and Devolution Research," University of Edinburgh, June 20.
2009 "Measuring and explaining regional authority," lecture delivered at the Summer school on "New challenges for regionalism and federalism in the 21st century" organized by the ECPR Standing Group on Federalism and Regionalism, Münster, Germany, September 2.