I have been responsible for a track in the Master of Rural Development Sociology on disasters, conflict and humanitarian aid. I have developed and taught three Master level courses on natural hazards and disasters; humanitarian aid and reconstruction and food crises. My teaching has always been evaluated highly positive by the students.
In my post-graduate supervisions, I aim to ensure a good balance between analytical development and the need for training on methodology and academic skills. Strategies to achieve research uptake are also part of the research preparation of the PhD candidates