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<p>Dylan Irons</p> <p>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</p> <p>- Stay informed on current trends and research in the field</p> <p>- Maintain office hours to provide regular student interaction </p> <p>The Policy Wire, Online2015 present</p> <p>-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 </p> <p>- 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</p> <p>Yonsei Journal of International StudiesFall/Winter 2012An Argument for Economic Migrants: Poverty as a Coercive Mechanism, Volume 4, No. II</p> <p>NOVAsia</p> <p>Volume 13, A New Approach to RedistributionSpring 2011Volume 12, From MLK to Liu XiaoboFall 2011Speaking EngagementsBelmont University, Nashville, TennesseeAugust 2014</p> <p>Discussed varying foreign policy approaches regarding human rights and the Korean peninsulaEmerson University, Boston, MassachusettsApril 2014</p> <p>Lectured on media ethics in humanitarian crisesYonsei University Graduate School of Law, Seoul, South KoreaNovember 2012</p> <p>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</p>