Marko VujicicAdjunct Professor
McAnulty College of Liberal Arts
503 College Hall
Education:M.A. George Washington University, 2007
Marko Vujicic is adjunct faculty in Political Science and International Relations. He received his MA in Political Science from George Washington University in 2007, where his research focused on the role of nationalism in the conduct of civil wars. Mr. Vujicic's previous work experience includes working for the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Serbia, Cassidy and Associates (a Washington DC lobbying firm), and teaching international relations at Tallinn Technical University and Audentes University in Estonia, and at The George Washington University. He has taught a variety of courses in International Relations and Comparative Politics including Introduction to International Relations, Globalization and its Impact, International Development, International Organizations, Comparative Political Systems, Comparative Politics of Advanced Industrial States, International Political Economy, International Security Studies and Foundations of International Relations. He will be teaching Foundations of International Relations and Introduction to Political Analysis in fall 2017, and Advanced Theories of International Relations and Introduction to Political Analysis in spring 2018.