I currently serve as a coordinator for the MSc Public Administration specialization of International and European Governance. I also co-teach for this program a course on institutional characteristics of International and European Governance. For the Dutch-language program Management van de Publieke Sector, I teach a course on lobbying and interest representation for which we work with students and civil society organizations to develop a lobbying strategy for these organizations.
As of 2018 I will be co-teaching this course and the BA course introduction to public affairs with my colleague Bert Fraussen. In these courses we will teach students the state-of-the-art of interest representation in representative democracy and apply these insights to the practice of political advocacy. In addition to these courses, I’m also involved in executive teaching.