This online course is taught by a member of Brown University’s expert faculty– Dr. Minh A. Luong

About Dr. Minh A. Luong

Dr. Minh A. Luong

Dr. Minh A. Luong has served as an adjunct faculty member in public policy, international relations, and political science at Brown University where his courses include Great Powers and Empires; Global Security After the Cold War; US National Security Policy; Privacy in Networked Societies; Crisis Management; Mediation, Negotiation, and Arbitration Strategies; Advanced Management and Organizational Strategies; and Black Markets, Governance, and the Global Economy.

He recently retired as the Founder and Director of the Ivy Scholars Program for High School Student Leaders held each summer at Yale University, where he also served at the Associate Director of the Brady-Johnson Program in Grand Strategy, Assistant Director of International Security Studies, and Faculty Fellow at the Yale School of Management.

A former national champion college debater and coach, Dr. Luong has spent the past two decades developing leadership and advocacy programs at institutions such as Brown University, Stanford University, University of California at Berkeley, Yale University, and the United Nations Institute for Training & Research (UNITAR) as well as for numerous corporate clients, U.S. government agencies, and partner nations. He frequently speaks to high school, college, industry, and government audiences.

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