Michael is the coordinator for the Center for International Development and Conflict Management and the associated minor program. He studies comparative politics and international relations, with a particular focus on civil conflict, insurgent group dynamics, and the neuropsychology of social violence. Prior to beginning his PhD, Michael worked for four years as a program officer at Democracy International, a democracy, right, and governance promotion implementing partner for USAID.
Degree TypeM.P.PDegree DetailsInternational Security and Economic Policy
Degree TypeB.A.Degree DetailsGovernment and Politics