Meet the Faculty
Dr. David Dreyer is an assistant professor of political science at Lenoir-Rhyne University. His general areas of interest are international relations and comparative politics. Dr. Dreyer is the coordinator of the Politics and International Affairs major and the faculty advisor for the Model United Nations program.
Dr. Dreyer’s research interests include international conflict, rivalry, and contentious issues in world politics. His research has been published in Conflict Management and Peace Science, Cooperation and Conflict, European Political Science, Foreign Policy Analysis, Journal of Political Science Education, International Studies Quarterly, Peace & Change, PS: Political Science & Politics, and by Congressional Quarterly Press.
Dr. Dreyer teaches a wide range of courses in political science. He teaches introductory level courses in international relations, comparative politics, research methods, and American politics and upper level courses on topics such as international conflict and security, American foreign policy, and international law and organizations. He also teaches a two-semester first year experience course on politics in fiction, film, and music.