Linguistics

John D Hays

Alumnus, Joint J.D./M.S., ARPC

Hello, my name is John Hays and I am a joint JD/MS (IDEV) 2014 alumnus. I grew up in the Memphis area and studied at Vanderbilt University where I majored in Economics and Spanish. My post-college career took an unusual turn when I made the decision to temporarily move to Argentina and play online poker professionally. Unlike many new graduates with an Economics degree, I was able to directly apply, on a daily basis, Game Theory, Statistics, and Behavioral Economics in my new trade.  What was initially a hobby in college proved to cover my expenses in a post-crisis Argentina.

William Conquest

M.S. Candidate

Dauphine Sloan

Dauphine Sloan
Senior Professor of Practice, Graduate Studies Advisor

Dauphine Sloan is Senior Professor of Practice and Graduate Studies Advisor at the Payson Graduate Program in Global Development, Tulane University.  She received her Doctorate in Sociology and Masters in Applied Modern Languages (English/Russian) from the University of Paris, as well as a post-graduate degree (DEA) in Soviet and East European Studies from the Institut d’Etudes Politiques de Paris.

Anna Monhartova

Anna Monhartova
Adjunct Assistant Professor

An Adjunct Assistant Professor, Anna Monhartova received a Ph.D. in International Development and a Bachelor of Arts graduating Summa cum laude in Russian and Political Science. Working in Community Outreach for over a decade, Dr. Monhartova is co-founder and President of A’s & Aces, a local nonprofit corporation devoted to providing New Orleans public school children with after-school activities. Dr. Anna Monhartova worked to incorporate service learning into Payson Center Courses.

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