dima  
Dr. Nicholas Dima
PROFESSOR OF GEOGRAPHY, GEOPOLITICS AND INTERNATIONAL STUDIES

Work Experience
Education
Honors and Awards
Professional Activities
Professional Membership
Special Training
Social Activities
Languages and Travel
Publications
Lectures
Commendations
Appreciations
Miscellanea
Photos
Links


WORK EXPERIENCE

  • Current Activity: Freelance Writer
  • Sept. 2007- Jan. 2008, Professor, Djibouti University, Djibouti: Teaching: American Society and Civilization and the Anglophone World
  • 2005- 2007, Professor, St. Mary’s University College, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia: Teaching: ”Teaching Methodology” and offering various lectures on Globalization Trends.
  • 2002-2003, Adjunct Professor and Research Associate, William R. Nelson Institute, James Madison University, Harrisonburg, VA. Teaching Soviet Studies.
  • Fall 2001, Visiting Professor, Jerome E. Levy Chair, Naval War College, Newport, RI: Teaching: Global Economic Geography and National Security Issues and Cross Cultural Communication and International Relations.
  • 1975-1985 and 1989-2001: Writer, Broadcaster, Field Reporter, Voice of America:  Prepared Bicultural Socio-Political programs reaching millions of listeners. Originated weekly programs "Perspectives," dealing with various international trends. Traveled widely, interviewed prominent leaders, and reported on different events.
  • 1985-1988, Professor and Director for European Studies at the US Army, J.F. Kennedy Special Warfare Center and School, Fort Bragg, NC: Organized and conducted lectures, seminars, and workshops to classes of officers varying in size from a few to over 100 students. Interacted with middle and upper rank military officers from many countries.
    Prepared teaching paradigms and models of which several have been published, i. e. ”Eastern Europe: An Area in Crisis”, “The Soviet Political Upheaval of the 1980's”, and ”Breaching Barriers of Cross Cultural Communication”.
  • 1975-2000: Frequent Guest Lecturer at the US Army War College, Carlisle, PA; US Military Academy, West Point, NY; Foreign Service Institute, Roslyn, VA; The Smithonian Institution, Washington, DC, James Madison University, VA; George Mason University, VA, and other schools.
  • 1973-75, Lecturer in Geography, William Paterson University, Wayne, NJ; Taught several courses of basic Physical, Political and Cultural Geography
 

Contact:
drnickdima@yahoo.com

   
     
 
nicholasdima © 2009 All Rights Reserved