I am an assistant professor in human rights studies in the University of Dayton's department of political science, and held a post-doc here for two years prior. I earned a Ph.D. from the University of Denver's Josef Korbel School of International Studies and served as lecturer there for a year after my defense. I spent college at Rutgers University, a dear institution in a city that I loved. I went to East Brunswick High School and before that Solomon Schechter Day School of the Raritan Valley, a school that does not exist anymore. This is all more information than you need.
Presently Ohio. Previously Colorado. But a deep nostalgia for the lush pastures and concrete avenues of New Jersey will always have a strong hold on me.
I try to be half the partner to Heather Atkinson that she is to me. I am the father of one son, C. Wyatt Solomon, one daughter, Daisy Simone Harmony, and one dog, Teddy Bear. Together we live in the Historic South Park neighborhood of Dayton, in our first home.
It's basically the American dream, but with crushing student loan debt.