Martin S. Edwards
Associate Professor, Director, Center for United Nations and Global Governance Studies
In this Professional Development Podcast, Professor Martin Edwards speaks with Alistair Edgar about the new Certificate in United Nations Studies at Seton Hall University. Professor Edwards describes the development and growth of the School of Diplomacy and the Center for UN and Global Governance Studies (an ACUNS institutional member), as part of the higher education landscape in the New York City area. Edwards then highlights various dimensions of the new Certificate program, which is aimed at serving the needs and interests of early- and mid-career professionals of all kinds who wish to build their knowledge and understanding of the UN system, as well as recent graduates who wish to gain practical knowledge in the field. The Certificate program offers this opportunity, in a convenient and flexible framework of required and optional classes, without committing students to a two-year Masters degree.
More details about the Certificate, and other programs at Seton Hall’s School of Diplomacy and International Relations, can be found here.
Certificate in United Nations Studies
Email: Martin Edwards
Seton Hall University
About Martin Edwards
Professor Martin S. Edwards, Director of the Center for United Nations and Global Governance Studies, joined the school in 2006. His expertise includes International Organizations and International Political Economy. Prior to joining Seton Hall, Dr. Edwards taught at Texas Tech University and at the University of Michigan. His research, which has been supported by the National Science Foundation, focuses on the surveillance role of the international economic organizations.
Edwards is a member of the New Rules for Global Finance Coalition. A frequent commentator on global events for regional and international media, Edwards has received numerous awards for his work as an advisor and a teacher. He is a recipient of the Salgo-Noren Teaching Award, and he has been a university nominee for the Carnegie Foundation / CASE U.S. Professor of the Year. He has blogged for Project Syndicate on international economic affairs.
Recorded July 2015