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Featured Experts: National News & Foreign Policy

  • North Korea and Modern Day Slavery

    Political science professor Monti Datta is available to speak on U.S. policy toward North Korea, Anti-Americanism and perceptions of the U.S. and human trafficking and modern day slavery.

  • Middle East Politics

    Political science professor Sheila Carapico is a leading expert on Yemen and can provide insight on U.S. policies and interests in the Middle East. She can speak to U.S. foreign policy in the Middle East.

  • National Security & Foreign Policy

    Political science professor Stephen Long is an expert on American foreign policy and international relations. His research focuses on the causes of war and rivalries, nuclear proliferation, and alliance politics. He can speak to issues of national security and U.S. relations with Russia, Iran, and North Korea.

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Cynthia Price
Director of Media & PR

Sunni Brown
Assistant Director of Media & PR

Lindsey Campbell
Media Relations Specialist

President pens opinion piece on disagreements and debates that foster change President Ronald A. Crutcher authored "Defending the ‘right to be here’ on campus," an opinion piece that ran in The Hechinger Report. "Colleges and universities are uniquely positioned, and have an explicit responsibility, to model substantive disagreement and dialogue that foster change — to give students information they can take into the classroom, living room, workplace and voting booth," wrote Crutcher.

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