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Dylan Irons

Dylan Ironsdirons86@gmail.com 1-980-202-8155Professional ExperienceBelmont University, Nashville, Tennessee2015 present - Write, prepare, and deliver lectures based on assigned textbook-Provide outside research and material to connect relevancy of items covered in class- Manage online grading system- Write exams appropriate to material covered in class

- Stay informed on current trends and research in the field

- Maintain office hours to provide regular student interaction

The Policy Wire, Online2015 present

-Contribute original research and articles -Keep up-to-date with issues in business, economics, human rights, and humanitarian crises-Liaise with editors, designers, and photographers-Provide outside sources and links relative to writings-Write copy for publicationInternational Rescue Committee, Phoenix, Arizona2014 2015- Manage logistics for cultural orientation classes and interpreters for all incoming refugees - Facilitate group cultural orientations and educational presentations for adults- Orient new arrivals to their new community and local public transportation- Develop systems to incorporate all IRCs services into the orientation process to ensure new arrivals understand the depth of programming available to them - Record case notes documenting regular client-service interactionOpen Radio North Korea, Seoul, South Korea2013 2015- Research human rights abuses in North Korea

- Write and contribute to articles regarding North Korean human rights- Proofread and edit government and UN documents for English promulgation- Compile and develop questions and talking points for on-air discussion- Fact-check research data and statistics Yonsei Journal of International Studies, Seoul, South Korea2011 2013- Made manuscript acceptance or revision recommendations to the publisher- Read, evaluated, and edited materials submitted for publication- Verified facts, dates, and statistics using standard reference sources- Proofread materials to detect and correct errors in spelling, punctuation, and syntax- Edited and structured footnotes to ensure compliance with Chicago Manual of StyleAcademic PublicationsSINO-NKJanuary 2013An Argument for Economic Migrants: Poverty as a Coercive Mechanism

Yonsei Journal of International StudiesFall/Winter 2012An Argument for Economic Migrants: Poverty as a Coercive Mechanism, Volume 4, No. II


Volume 13, A New Approach to RedistributionSpring 2011Volume 12, From MLK to Liu XiaoboFall 2011Speaking EngagementsBelmont University, Nashville, TennesseeAugust 2014

Discussed varying foreign policy approaches regarding human rights and the Korean peninsulaEmerson University, Boston, MassachusettsApril 2014

Lectured on media ethics in humanitarian crisesYonsei University Graduate School of Law, Seoul, South KoreaNovember 2012

Spoke on North Korean refugees being labeled as economic migrants by China and why China has both a legal and moral obligation to accommodate North Koreans crossing the China-North Korean border