Dr. Jeremy L. Bowling is an Assistant Professor-in-Residence of Political Science at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas. Prior to joining UNLV, he was a Lecturer at California Polytechnic State University and a Visiting Assistant Professor at the College of Wooster, the University of Utah, and Lincoln University. He received his B.A. and M.A. from Eastern Illinois University and Ph.D. from the University of Missouri.
Dr. Bowling likes to teach courses on a variety of political science subjects. He teaches introductory courses on American Politics, Nevada Politics, International Politics, and Comparative Politics and upper-division courses on political economy, foreign policy analysis, research methods, media and politics, and politics of the West Asia and North Africa. Dr. Bowling also instructs and mentors graduate students on teaching and learning best practices.
Dr. Bowling’s research centers on cooperation theory and foreign policy, including institutional causes of political cooperation, the effect of gender on foreign policy leader decision making, and the effect of cooperation on conflict. Recently, he has focused on teaching and learning in political science, presenting at conference on the practice of teaching large sections and using simulations in the classroom. His most recent publications appear in Peace Economics, Peace Science and Public Policy, PS: Political Science and Politics, and the Journal of Political Science Education.
Expert Areas: Political Economy, Foreign Policy Analysis, Cooperation Theory, and Pedagogy.