Head of Languages Department, Doctoral Candidate
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Schneider is the Head of the Languages Department of the Graduate School of Journalism and Communications (CELSA) of the Sorbonne University where he also serves as a lecturer and researcher in rhetoric. The Department aims to educate students using a wide range of elective course work using an applied approach to their foreign language study. Schneider’s current research centers on two distinct areas of study: 1/ an analysis of the ways in which public policy initiatives are used as a vector for promotion of the European Union; and 2/ the evolutions in democratic participation and public interaction as forms of media production and journalism evolve.
Prior to joining the CELSA, Schneider held public relations and development positions in the External Relations Directorate General of the European Commission and Marymount International School, Paris in addition to lecture positions at the Haute Ecole de Commerce, the Sorbonne Nouvelle University and the University Est – Marne la Vallée.
He holds a Master’s Degree in Political Science from Dauphine University, a Master’s Degree in European Geopolitics from the University Est – Marne-la-Vallée and a Bachelor of Science Degree in International Relations from the University of Wisconsin-Madison. Schneider is a member of the French Association of Political Science, l’AFSP and the Regional Studies Association.