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Anna Olsson Adjunct Instructor Department of Government

MA, Political Science, American University
BA/MSc, Political Science, University of Gothenburg

Languages Spoken
Swedish, German, Japanese
Anna started working for the Center for Teaching, Research and Learning (CTRL) as a graduate fellow, and resumed the position of Manager of Training and Assessment, and later Assistant Director of Teaching and Learning Resources, in CTRL’s Teaching and Learning Resources office in 2009. In this position, Anna is responsible for planning and organizing faculty events such as the Ann Ferren Conference, the Teaching, Research, and Technology Workshops, and Noontime Conversations. She also runs the Green Teaching Program.

Before coming to AU, Anna worked at the Berlin office of the study abroad organization IES (Institute for the International Education of Students), and spent a year in Japan as a high school exchange student.

Anna received a master's degree in Political Science at AU, and teaches Comparative Politics as an adjunct in the Department of Government. Her research interests include European politics, identity politics, and regionalism in the European Union.
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