Current ISCS Fellow and GW Ph.D. student in Political Science Danielle Gilbert has accepted a job as Assistant Professor of Military and Strategic Studies at the U.S. Air Force Academy. Dani plans to defend her dissertation this spring before taking up her new position over the summer. Congratulations Dani! We will miss you!
Three ISCS fellows and current GW Ph.D. candidates in Political Science–Danielle Gilbert, Kendrick Kuo, and Shahryar Pasandideh–have been awarded World Politics and Statecraft Fellowships from the Smith Richardson Foundation for the 2020-21 academic year. The purpose of these $7,500 fellowships is “to support Ph.D. dissertation research on American foreign policy, international relations, international security, strategic studies, area studies, and diplomatic and military history.”
Kendrick Kuo, an ISCS Fellow and Ph.D. Candidate in Political Science at GW, has accepted a Pre-doctoral fellowship for the 2020-21 academic year at the Albritton Center for Grand Strategy in the Bush School of Government and Public Service, Texas A&M University. Kuo will spend the year completing his dissertation, “Military Innovation and the Illusion of Power,” which studies the conditions under which military innovation enhances or undermines combat power.
Dr. Charles Glaser, director of ISCS, recently received the ISA International Security Studies Section 2018 Distinguished Scholar Award. The Distinguished Scholar Award is given for life achievement in International Security Studies. Nominees for this honor have made major contributions to scholarship in the field both via their own research and writing and their mentorship of others.
A panel, honoring the contribution of Dr. Glaser, accompanied the award and included: John Mearsheimer (Chicago), Barry Posen (MIT), Andy Kydd (Wisconsin), Jon Caverley, (Naval War College), Rose Kelanic (Notre Dame), and Julia Macdonald (University of Denver). Click to watch Dr. Glaser’s ISA award acceptance and panel.