Dr. Irini K. Kutoroff earned her Ph.D. in International Relations from the University of Arizona, an M.A. in International Political Economy from the University of South Florida, as well as three B.A.’s: Political Science, History, and English. Her research interests are IPE, international law, human rights, and the causes of war culminating in the publication of IGOs, Polarity, and the Onset of War: A Multivariate Analysis.
She has taught senior research seminars in International Relations, the European Union, Latin America, U.S. Constitutional History, and Intellectual History. Her teaching abilities have earned her The Excellence in Teaching Award (2008), as well a Professor of the Semester (2002). Dr. Kutoroff is a past president of the NPSA Women’s Caucus, and has chaired numerous panels and presented a number of academic papers at the ISA, NPSA, SPSA, and WPSA.
Dr. Kutoroff has been heavily involved in the Cherry Hill, N.J. School District. She co-chaired the Budget Committee, helped spearhead a multimillion dollar school renovation program; spoken with various constituents about educational programs; and successfully run an election campaign for a Board of Education candidate. She enjoys participating in community events and encouraging young people to vote. After a long career as an educator, she recently retired from her teaching responsibilities but still enjoys being active in the educational community.
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