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Jonathan C. Benjamin-Alvarado, Ph.D.
- Assistant Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs
- ASH 275
- Email: email@example.com
Fall 2015 Office HoursBy Appointment Only.
Dr. Benjamin-Alvarado joined the faculty at the University of Nebraska at Omaha in 2000 from a previous teaching and research position at the University of Georgia, where he also received his Ph.D. Besides his teaching duties, Dr. Benjamin-Alvarado is the Director of the Intelligence Community Centers of Academic Excellence Program at UNO.
College of Arts & Sciences Excellence in Service Award, 2013
College of Arts & Sciences Outstanding Teaching Award, 2003
LLS 1000 Introduction to Latino/Latin American Studies
PSCI 2210 Introduction to International Relations
PSCI 2500 Introduction to Comparative Politics
PSCI 31408145 Latino Politics
PSCI 32608265 U.S. Foreign Policy
PSCI 4250/8256 Intelligence and National Security
PSCI 4280/8286 Inter-American Politics
PSCI 8200 Seminar in Foreign and Security Affairs
PSCI 8250 Seminar in International Relations
Dr. Benjamin-Alvarado’s research has been published in the Journal of Political Science Education, the Nonproliferation Review, Political Science Quarterly, and Urban Affairs Review. He is the author of Power to the People: Energy and the Cuban Nuclear Program published by Routledge Press and the editor of Cuba’s Energy Future: Strategic Approaches to Cooperation published by the Brookings Institution Press.
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