Advancing Dialogue: Peter Krause discusses his researach at an International Security Program brown bag seminar.
"Fellows at Work and on the Move"
Congratulations to the following International Security Program (ISP) fellows.
- Col. Casey Eaton has been assigned the position of vice commander of the 97th Air Mobility Wing, Altus Air Force Base, Oklahoma, with responsibilities for training aircrews and quickly deploying mission-ready airmen.
- Maya Eichler (joint ISP/Women and Public Policy Program) won a postdoc from the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada to the University of Toronto where she will research Canadian women who have fought in combat in the Afghanistan war. Congratulations, also, to Maya and Govind Rao on the birth of little Priya Poesie Eichler.
- Matthew Fuhrmann (former ISP/MTA Fellow) has been named assistant professor in the department of political science at Texas A&M.†
- Jacqueline (Jill) Hazelton has accepted a one-year visiting assistant professorship at the University of Rochesterís Department of Political Science.
- Peter Krause will be a postdoctoral candidate at the Crown Center for 2011-2012, then move on as assistant professor at Boston College starting in the fall of 2012.
- John McCauley will return to the University of Maryland, College Park, as assistant professor of government and politics.
- Carlotta Minnella has been named a Max Weber Post-Doctoral Fellow at the European University Institute in Florence, Italy.
- Zannis Pappas has been assigned to Air Force Headquarters at the Pentagon, where he will be the chief of the Nuclear Requirements Division.
- Chiara Ruffa will participate this summer in SWAMOS (Summer Workshop on the Analysis of Military Operations and Strategy) with other young scholars, focusing on military and strategic studies.
- Joshua Walker will be an assistant professor at the University of Richmond's Jepson School of Leadership Studies. Over the summer, he will be in Istanbul as a fellow with the German Marshall Fund.
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