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Daniel Broughton

Advanced Statistical Network Consultant & Trainer
Center for Teaching Excellence

Dan is a dual-degree JD/MA student, concentrating in international and comparative law and international politics. As a CTE graduate fellow, he teaches and tutors in undergraduate statistics and social science research design. His interests include international relations, sociological theory, and Classical music.

Degrees: BA in Social Relations from Michigan State University, 2006.
Currently JD Candidate at Washington College of Law and MA candidate in International Affairs at the School of International Service; anticipated completion 2010.


Hurst Hall, Room 203 (SSRL)
Ward Sub-Terrace (SPA)


(202) 885-3862