Instructor
Political Science Program
School of Public Policy

332 Bexell Hall
Oregon State University
Corvallis, OR 97331-3703

michael.trevathan@oregonstate.edu

Teaching

  • PS 205 Introduction to International Relations (Fall 2018, Winter 2019, Spring 2019)
  • PS 206 Introduction to Political Thought (Winter 2019)
  • PS 300 Research Methods (Spring 2019)
  • PS 362 Modern Political Thought (Spring 2019)
  • PS 458 International Political Economy (Fall 2018)
  • PS 470 Global Food Politics and Policy (Winter 2019)
  • PS 477 International Environmental Politics and Policy (Winter 2019)

Research Interests

  • International Environmental Politics
  • Global Economic and Environmental Governance
  • International Political Economy
  • Environmental Political Theory
  • East Asian Politics

Personal Web Site

Curriculum Vitae


Brief Vita

Education

  • Ph.D Candidate, Political Science, University of Nevada, Las Vegas
    Dissertation Defended December 13th, 2018
    Concentrations: International Relations and Political Theory.
  • Graduate Certificate, Social Science Methods, University of Nevada, Las Vegas, 2017.
  • M.A., Political Science, University of West Florida, 2012.
    Concentration: Security and Diplomacy.
  • B.S., Liberal Studies, University of Central Florida, Cum Laude, 2003.
  • B.A., Legal Studies, University of Central Florida, Cum Laude, 2003.

Select. Publications

  • David P. Rapkin, Jonathan R. Strand and Michael W. Trevathan. 2016. “Representation and Governance in International Organizations.” Politics and Governance 4(3): 77-89. (Special Issue: Supranational Institutions and Governance in an Era of Uncertain Norms).
  • Jonathan R. Strand, Eduardo M. Flores, and Michael W. Trevathan. 2016. “China’s Leadership in Global Economic Governance and the Creation of the Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank.” Rising Powers Quarterly 1(1): 57-71. (invited).
  • Jonathan R. Strand and Michael W. Trevathan. 2016. “Implications of Accommodating Rising Powers for the Regional Development Banks.” In Global Economic Governance and the Development Practices of the Multilateral Development Banks, eds. Susan Park and Jonathan R. Strand. New York: Routledge, 121-142.