Jeremy Louis Levine

Educator, Lecturer, Author.

After completing my Master’s in Public Policy in International Affairs in 2016, I became an Adjunct Professor at multiple universities in New York and New Jersey teaching in a variety of different fields, including political science, sociology, business, economics, and statistics. I have taught mathematics for the W.E.B. Du Bois Scholars Institute at Princeton University and designed a series of courses for the NYU School of Professional Studies that have focused on topics like the Mueller Investigation, the Kremlin between Peter the Great and Vladimir Putin, the rise of China, the Syrian Civil War, and the regional rivalry in the Middle East between Saudi Arabia and Iran. Fall 2022, I begin my Ph.D. journey at Stony Brook University!

One of My Passions.

I began delivering lectures during the fall semester of 2019, speaking to Princeton University students about the Mueller Investigation and New York University (NYU) students on the Iran Nuclear Deal. I have since visited the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) speaking on how the origins of the Cold and Korean Wars still impact North Korea decades later, Ohio State to share the geopolitical significance of the Horn of Africa, and NYU to expand on Alan Greenspan’s legacy at the Federal Reserve.

Many other lectures have been delivered on college campuses across the country both in person and via Zoom. Click below for more information.

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