Opportunities for Students
Undergraduate and graduate student assistants are integral to the success and rigor of all my teaching, research, and outreach endeavors and I welcome expressions of interest from current and future students wishing to join one of my research teams.
Students who have currently or previously assisted with my research projects include undergraduate students from a variety of majors and minors, graduate students in the MS in Conflict Management program, and doctoral students in the PhD in International Conflict Management program. I routinely work with graduate and doctoral students in KSU's School of Conflict Management, Peacebuilding & Development.
Cultivating undergraduate student research opportunities is important in my teaching, supervision, and mentorship of students. For example, I am happy to work with students on a GEOG 4100 Directed Applied Research project and/or on research projects that may lead to an abstract submission to the National Conference on Undergraduate Research, participation in the annual KSU Symposium of Student Scholars, and a submission to the undergraduate student research competition at the Southeastern Division of the American Association of Geographers (SEDAAG). For additional examples of undergraduate research opportunities at KSU, please visit the Student Research page of the Department of Geography and Anthropology and also the KSU Office of Undergraduate Research.