Ph.D, Florida, 1994
Richard Nolan has been teaching at the University of Florida since he graduated with his Ph.D. here in 1994. He regularly teaches the International Relations, U.S. and World Affairs, and Making American Foreign Policy. Moreover, he also teaches Theories of International Relations, International Security, and International Institutions. He serves as the faculty advisor for the University of Florida Model United Nations and is an affiliate faculty with the University of Florida Center for European Studies. He is currently an instructor with the University of Florida Department of Continuing Education.
Dr. Nolan’s specific research interests include learning and leadership in foreign policy and public attitudes toward European integration. He has presented papers at conferences of the American Political Science Association, International Studies Association, Southern Political Science Association, Midwest Political Science Association, and the Southwestern Political Science Association.