Full-time degree-level courses at the LSE that Dr Stuart has taught in the past include
GV4A4: From Empire to Globalization (core course for the MSc Global Politics)
GV467: Introduction to Comparative Politics (core course for the MSc Comparative Politics)
GV516: Global Politics Research Seminar
IR200: International Relations Theory (core course for the second-year undergraduate BSc IR students)
She also lectures and teaches each year on a series of events for MSc Global Politics students relating to the writing of their dissertations.
Dr Stuart won an award for teaching excellence in 2007.
She has also taught (or assistant taught) numerous shorter-term seminars and mini-lectures; for example for A-Level students doing Model UN at Mulberry School for Girls in 2007; in running seminars at recruitment events for LSE Widening Participation; in presenting to other teachers about ‘Research-Led Teaching’ at this year’s LSE Teaching Day 2011; in giving an annual induction lecture on “16 Things I Wish I had Known” to incoming LSE MSc students.
Dr Stuart (middle) with former MSc Global Politics students (L-R)
Cat Rossides, Sean Mulkerne, Francesca Trundle and Dorothea Kanthack