ESP Biography



ARTHUR KULAWIK, ESP Teacher




Major: ILR

College/Employer: Cornell

Year of Graduation: 2017

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Past Classes

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The Evolution of Military Airpower During the Cold War in Splash Fall 2015
One of the consequences of the ideological standoff between the United States and the Soviet Union was a rapid development in the sophistication of military aircraft. This course will analyze the technological race between the two superpowers to develop the world's best air superiority fighter. Those with a passion for things that fly are encouraged to attend.


Modern Defense Policy: US and NATO in Splash Fall 2015
Learn all about the challenges the US and its allies face in the 21st century from both conventional and unconventional threats


Know Your Rights in the Workplace: Employment Law and You in Splash Fall 2015
The U.S. offers many important legal protections for workers. This class offers a practical navigation of what your rights on the job, as well as a brief survey of general labor and employment law in the U.S. Learn what your supervisor or management can or cannot do, and what your recourse is if you are the victim of an unfair labor practice.


The Evolution of Military Airpower During the Cold War in Splash Spring 2015
One of the consequences of the ideological standoff between the United States and the Soviet Union was a rapid development in the sophistication of military aircraft. This course will analyze the technological race between the two superpowers to develop the world's best air superiority fighter. Those with a passion for things that fly are encouraged to attend.


War and Conflict in the 1980's: The Creation of Present Geopolitical Landscape - The Middle East and Asia in Splash Spring 2015
The last decade of the Cold War was the "hottest" and most violent. Proxy conflicts, civil wars, and police actions defined the 1980's. In this class, we will observe and analyze these conflicts through a Cold War framework and the lens of neocolonialism to understand how these wars created the modern geopolitical landscape in The Middle East and Asia. One class of a three-part series. It is recommended but not necessary to take all three.


War and Conflict in the 1980's: The Creation of Present Geopolitical Landscape - Africa in Splash Spring 2015
The last decade of the Cold War was the "hottest" and most violent. Proxy conflicts, civil wars, and police actions defined the 1980's. In this class, we will observe and analyze these conflicts through a Cold War framework and the lens of neocolonialism to understand how these wars created the modern geopolitical landscape in Africa. One class of a three-part series. It is recommended but not necessary to take all three.