Jacqueline C. Reich, Ph.D.
Associate Professor of Political Science
Coordinator, Political Science and Global Affairs majors
Coordinator, Global Awareness Seminar (general education course)
Office Location: Fournier Hall, Room 375
Office Phone: 215.753.3630
- Ph.D., University of California, Berkeley (1991)
- M.A., University of California, Berkeley (1981)
- B.A., University of Pittsburgh (1980)
- PSCI 140 Introduction to World Politics
- PSCI 240 Theories of International Relations
- PSCI 241 American Foreign Policy
- PSCI 242 International Organization
- PSCI 341 International Political Economy
- PSCI 130 The Rule of Law
- PSCI 230 Introduction to Comparative Politics: Governmental Systems
- PSCI 232 Comparative Democracy
- PSCI 330 Government and Politics of Middle East
- GLST 201 Global Awareness Seminar: Globalization and Global Terrorism
- PSCI 498 Senior Seminar in Political Science
- IDHP 200 Writing in the Disciplines: Social Science Sequence
- IDHP 342-343 The Politics and Arts of Imperial Rule
Finalist, 2008 Doreen & Jim McElvany $10,000 Nonproliferation Challenge, The James Martin Center for Nonproliferation Studies (CNS) for my submission, “The 1968 Nuclear Proliferation Treaty at 40:Quo Vadis? The Legacy and Future Challenges of Nuclear Nonproliferation." June 15. 2008.
International relations theory, nuclear proliferation, international conflict and cooperation, the influence of science on international policy-making, the rule of law, global learning in higher education
- Reich, J.C. “Global Learning and General Education for the Twenty-First Century.” Educational Research and Reviews. Vol. 7 (21), August 8, 2012, pp. 464-473.
- Reich, J.C. “Achieving the Vision of the NPT: Can We Get There Step by Step?” The Nonproliferation Review. Vol. 18 (2), July 2011, pp. 369-387.
- Reich, J.C. “The Global Awareness Program at Chestnut Hill College and Civic Engagement,” PaCIE Newsletter, Pennsylvania Council for International Education, December 2011, p. 6.
Presentations, Lectures and Interviews
- Panel Discussion Presentation and Moderator, "An Historical Perspective: The U.S. Constitution and the Rome Statute: Foundational Elements in the Establishment of a Rule of Law for International Affairs," The Philadelphia Global Initiative on the Rule of Law, Free Library of Philadelphia, Philadelphia, PA. Sept. 10, 2012.
- Paper Presentation, "How Much Does Science Advice Matter? Understanding International Policy-making on Climate Change." Pennsylvania Political Science Association (PPSA) Conference, Muhlenberg College, PA. March 30, 2012.
- Paper Presentation, “How Much Does Science Advice Matter? Understanding International Policy-making on Climate Change and Nuclear Proliferation.” Northeastern Political Science Association (NPSA) Conference, Philadelphia, PA. November 18, 2011.
- Professional Lecture, “The Vision of the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty: How Can We Make it a Reality?” The City of Philadelphia’s International Day of Peace Symposium, Peace Visions: A World Free of Nuclear Threats & the Menace of Small Arms. Drexel University, Philadelphia, PA. Sept. 21, 2011.
- Television Interview, Invited Guest Commentator to answer questions about the state of nuclear weapons stockpiles and negotiations. NBC10 “@ Issue” September 25, 2011.
- Presentation, "Teaching about the Rule of Law" at the How to Promote Peace Education? workshop, sponsored by Project for Nuclear Awareness, September 22, 2011, Philadelphia, PA.
- Professional Lecture, The Vision of the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty: How Can We Make it a Reality? The City of Philadelphia’s International Day of Peace Symposium, “Peace Visions: A World Free of Nuclear Threats & the Menace of Small Arms.” Drexel University, Philadelphia, PA, Sept. 21, 2011.
- Radio Interview on the evolving Arab Spring phenomenon, Gary R'Nell talk radio show on WPHT (1210 on the am dial), January 31, 2011.
- Panelist, “Zones of Conflict, Zones of Peace,” Nuclear Futures Symposium, Chestnut Hill College, Philadelphia PA, March 3, 2009.
- Paper Presentation, “The 1968 Nuclear Proliferation Treaty at 40: Quo Vadis? The Legacy and Future Challenges of Nuclear Nonproliferation” The Legacy of 1968 Conference, Chestnut Hill College, Philadelphia, PA. April 2008.