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Research Associate Professor, Terrorism, Transnational Crime and Corruption Center (TraCCC)Areas of Research: Terrorism, International Security, Turkey-U.S. Relations, Middle Eastern Politics, American Security Policy, Conflict Zones Security Policy, Syrian Refugees, Transnational Crime, Narco-terrorism, Corruption, WMD trafficking, Human Trafficking, Antiquities Smuggling, Human Smuggling, Drug Trafficking
Research Assistant ProfessorKendra Clark, Research Assistant Professor, Schar School of Policy and Government
Northern Virginia Chair in Local Government; Professor of Public Policy; Director, Center for Regional AnalysisAreas of Research: Economic Development, Economic Policy, Quantitative Methods, Regional Development, Transportation Policy, Regional Economic Performance, Economic Forecasting, Economic and Fiscal Impacts
Assistant Professor, Director of the Law and Policy Learning CommunityAlly Coll is an assistant professor of legal studies and the director of the Jurisprudence Learning Community at the Schar School of Policy and Government.
ProfessorAreas of Research: Environmental Policy, Environmental Protection, Executive Branch Organization and Management, Federalism/State and Local Government, Leadership, Organizations, Public Administration, Public Budgeting, Public Law, Transportation Security, and United States
ProfessorAreas of Research: Mexico-U.S. Relations, Latin American Politics, Organized Crime, Immigration, Border Security, Human Trafficking, Latin America, Comparative Politics, Gender, International Migration, International Security, Qualitative Methods, Democratization, Energy Policy, Security Policy
Associate Professor; Director of Online LearningAreas of Research: Elections, Public Opinion, Political Psychology, American Politics, Canadian Politics, Survey Research, and Quantitative Research Methods
Professor of Public PolicyRobert L. Deitz was Senior Councillor to the Director of the Central Intelligence Agency from 2006 until February 2009. From September 1998 to September 2006 he was the General Counsel at the National Security Agency where he represented the NSA in all legal matters.
Professor of Public Policy and Ad personam Jean Monnet ProfessorAreas of Research: European Union Governance and Institutions, Global Governance
ProfessorAreas of Research: Foreign Policy, International Relations, International Security, U.S. Politics and Institutions