Daniel Tuke (Pronouns: he /him/ his)
Daniel Tuke is a Ph. D. student in the Department of Government and Politics, and is excited to be the Graduate Teaching Assistant for the BSGC 101/102 - Global Communities program this year. Daniel has previously worked as the Teaching Assistant for the Minor in International Development and Conflict Management, and has also done research with the Center for International Development and Conflict Management. Daniel holds Bachelors Degrees in Political Science and International Studies from Wittenberg University, and has done fieldwork in the Republic of Gerogia, interned with the Center for American Progress, and worked in banking for several years before coming to UMD. Daniel's research work focuses on political economy and interstate disputes, with a particular focus on the politics of remittances, and has a regional focus in Russia and the former Soviet space.
Email: dtuke [at] umd.edu