|Present||Associate Professor of Conflict Management, Kennesaw State University ‐ School of Conflict Management, Peacebuilding and Development|
|2021 - Present||Effects of Intersecting Stakeholder Risk Perception, Preparedness, and Response to Tornadoes in Tennessee|
|Natural Hazards Center|
|Weather Ready Grant|
|Role: Co-Primary Investigator|
|Colleague(s): Dr. Jaymelee J. Kim; Dr. Erin R. Eldridge|
- Sociocultural Approaches to International Conflict
- Research Methods
- Negotiation Theory
Peer Reviewed Publications (17)
The Institutional Betrayal and Bureaucratic Violence of Higher Education
Teaching and Learning Anthropology (2022)
Teachers navigate funding cuts, political machination, sexual harassment and assault investigations, racism and White supremacy amid various locally constructed crises. ...
Reimagining Conflict Management Pedagogy through Fantastical Role-Play Simulations
International Studies Perspectives (2022)
Research demonstrates that simulations encourage students to apply their understanding of theories and content, navigate problem-solving processes with peers, support ...