Current Status

August 2017 
– Present: 
Visiting (LTA) Assistant Professor in the Department of Political Science at Concordia University

August 2011 – Present:

  
Past 

September 2017: Presenting at the American Political Science Association Annual Conference in San Francisco

2011 – 2017: Ph.D. Candidate at the University of Oregon in the Department of Political Science


July 2017: Successfully defended dissertation, "The Strategic Use of Transnational Private Standards: Strengthening or Weakening Government Regulation" 

2016

September 2016: Presented at the American Political Science Association Annual Conference in Philadelphia; accepted to the Advances in Science, Technology, and Environmental Politics Dissertation Workshop

Summer 2016: Recipient of the Global Oregon Graduate Research Grant

July 2016: Presented at the International Political Science Association World Congress in Poznan, Poland

Spring Term 2016: Instructor-of-Record for PS 101: Modern World Governments
April 2016: Nominated for the Graduate Teaching Excellence Award by the Department of Political Science


April 2016: Presented at the Midwest Political Science Association Conference in Chicago

Winter Term 2016: Instructor-of-Record for PS 297: Introduction to Environmental Politics

March 2016: Presented at the International Studies Association Annual Convention in Atlanta

January 2016: Nominated for the UO Dissertation Fellowship by the Department of Political Science


2015

June - August 2015: Selected by the Department of Political Science, University of Oregon to attend the Interuniversity Consortium for Political and Social Research summer program on quantitative methods in Ann Arbor, MI.

Spring Term 2015: Instructor of Record for PS 297: Introduction to Environmental Politics

March 2015: Presented "Influencing Policy Through The Use of Private Transnational Standards" at the 2015 Duck Family Graduate Workshop on environmental politics and governance, University of Washington, Seattle, WA.

February 2015: Presented "Explaining the Diffusion of Climate Change Policies" at International Studies Association Annual Convention in New Orleans, LA.

December 2014: Defended Prospectus "Corporate Influence on Domestic Policy"

2014

August 2014: Conducted research as associate at Ecologic Institute, Berlin
July 2014: Attended summer-school on Agent-Based Modelling at the Technical University of Dresden.

Summer 2014: Fulfilled requirements for Master's of Science degree in Political Science at the University of Oregon as part of doctoral program.

June 2014: Awarded the William C. Mitchell Graduate Summer Research Award by the University of Oregon Department of Political Science.

June 2014: Advanced to Ph.D. Candidacy

June 2014: Completed final comprehensive exam in International relations with subfields of International Political Economy and International Environmental Politics.

April 2014: Coordinated the University of Oregon 3rd Annual Climate Change Research Symposium on April 16, 2014.

April 2014: Participant in the Junior Scholars Symposium panel at the International Studies Association 2014 Convention in Toronto. Awarded travel grant.

March 2014: Completed field paper program requirement, topic:"The Diffusion of Feed-In Tariff Policies"

2013

July - August 2013: Participant of the Arctic Summer College hosted by Ecologic Institute, Berlin

August 2013: Attended a two week course on Network Analysis at the European Consortium for Political Research Methods Summer School in Ljubljana

July 2013: Visiting Scientist at The Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research

July 2013: Participant in the Global Sustainability Summer School 2013, "complex(c)ity - urbanization and energy transitions in a changing climate", organized by The Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research, The Institute for Advanced Sustainability Studies and The Santa Fe Institute, in Potsdam, Germany -- awarded travel grant

June 2013: Awarded the William C. Mitchell Graduate Summer Research Award by the University of Oregon Department of Political Science

May 2013: Successfully passed Minor Comprehensive Exam in the field of Public Policy with specialization in American Environmental Policy

May 2013: Participated as a musician in "The Great Cover Up" hosted by the Graduate Teaching Fellows Federation in order to raise money for Food for Lane Country

May 2013: Ran a 6 km race in order to raise money for the Court Appointed Special Advocates for Children Charity in Eugene

April 2013: Presented the paper "Upscaling Elinor Ostrom's Design Principles" at International Studies Association Annual Conference in San Franscisco California

2012

November 2012 - April 2013: Coordinated the 2013 2nd Annual UO Climate Change Research Symposium

December 2012: Coded an Agent-Based Model (click here) based on the first two prespositions from Persson, T., Roland, G., & Tabellini, G. (1997). Separation of Powers and Political Accountability. The Quarterly Journal of Economics, 112(4).

October 2012: Presented "From Climate Change to Conflict? Human vs. State Security Concerns in the Arctic" at the 2012 ISA-West Annual Conference in Pasadena, California

August 2012: Visiting Scholar at The Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research (PIK)

July 2012: Attended The Global Sustainability Summer School " Risk, uncertainty and extreme events – characteristics of human-environment interactions", organized by The Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research, The Institute for Advanced Sustainability Studies and The Santa Fe Institute, in Potsdam, Germany

July - September 2012: Participant of the Arctic Summer College, hosted by Ecologic Institute, Berlin


Thibaud Henin
Visiting (Limited-Term Appointment) Assistant Professor at Concordia University, Montreal

This website provides additional information about my research and teaching. 

I am currently a Visiting (LTA) Assistant Professor in the Department of Political Science at Concordia University in Montreal, Canada and an Associate with the Ecologic Institute in Berlin, Germany. I defended my dissertation, "The Strategic Use of Transnational Private Standards: Strengthening or Weakening Government Regulation" in July 2017, and am in the process of preparing several manuscripts for publication on the the international political economy of private environmental governance.

During the 2017  2018 academic year, I am teaching International Organizations (POLI 315), International Political Economy (POLI 305), Global Ecopolitical Analysis (POLI 403), and three sections of Introduction to International Relations (POLI 205).