David Smith is adjunct faculty in Political Science. He received his MA in International Education from the Middlebury Institute of International Studies studying how education has been used as a colonizing tool on indigenous populations. Mr. Smith's prior work experience includes teaching in Alaska, California, England, Spain and Nepal, as well as working for the EUSA University Center in Seville, Spain, and the University of Pittsburgh's Collaborative for Evaluation and Assessment Capacity. He is currently pursuing a doctorate in Social and Comparative Analysis in Education at the University of Pittsburgh on a Foreign Language and Area Studies Fellowship where his dissertation will address how flamenco music is used as an educational tool among Muslim migrants in southern Spain. For the 2019-20 school year he will be teaching United Nations I and II and advising the Duquesne Model United Nations club.