In 2017/18, I teach the following seminars:
- Two seminars groups on the module Political Research in the 21st Century (PO102) (Monday 10-11am, Tuesday 12-1pm).
- Two seminars groups on the module Nine Ideas in International Security (PO135) (Friday 12-1pm and 1-2pm).
- Two seminars groups on the module Gender and Development (PO353) (Monday 11-12pm and 1-2pm).
Advice and feedback hours
If you are in one of my seminar groups and have any questions or concerns, please come and see me during my advice and feedback hours (Tuesday 11am-12pm in D1.31, and Friday 11am-12pm in D2.09 in the Social Sciences building). Please note there are no advice and feedback hours during reading weeks and outside of term-time. If you are unable to attend my advice and feedback hours, please send me an e-mail (j dot p dot eggert at warwick dot ac dot uk) or speak to me in class.
From student feedback (February 2017):
"This is my favourite seminar out of the three I have. Jennifer is inspiring"
"It's my favourite seminar as there's a good amount of work discussed in a nice, easy, relaxed environment."
"It is lively and laid back, Jennifer is very nice and fun to have as a tutor. Also very helpful."
"It's very engaging, and Jennifer's attitude is always positive."
"I like most about the seminar that it is engaging and different from other seminars."
"The best thing about the seminar is the way we interact with the topics. It's really engaging."
"I like how everyone is required to participate equally in group discussions, and the seminar group itself is very friendly and nice. Although this seminar runs on a Monday, and political research may not be the most exciting topic, the seminar is very enjoyable."
"Nice atmosphere. Jennifer makes us feel relaxed, not stressful."
"Groupwork is always in different groups. Jennifer makes the topics as interesting as possible."
"There are some topics that are not so interesting but regardless, the activities we do make it more interesting which is a plus."