Politics & International Affairs offers many graduate programs: PhD, MA, and MPA.
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Locate graduates from Politics & International affairs using our map of graduates.
What did they study?
Find out what graduates from Politics & International Affairs studied during their time in the program, their dissertation/thesis titles, and what they are doing today:
Kira Bauer, PhD
- Instructor, School of Communications, Northern Arizona University
- "The Inclusion of Non-Monetary Values into Water Management"
Jim Buthman, PhD
- Visiting Lecturer, Department of Political Science, Stetson University
- "Empowered: Renewable Energy, Western States, and the Bureau of Land Management"
Heather Farley, PhD
- Instructor, Political Science, College of Coastal Georgia
- "Interpreting Sustainability: An Analysis of Sustainable Development Narratives among Developed Nations"
Daniel Ogbaharya, PhD
- Assistant Professor, Western Illinois University
- "Change and Continuity in Natural Resources Management in Ethiopia and Namibia: A Historical Institutional Analysis"
Jane Whitmore, PhD
- Senior Researcher at RCI Surveys, Inc.
- "The Yavapai County Water Dispute: A Power and Politics Analysis"
Justin Ervin, PhD
- Assistant Professor, Gateway Community & Technical College
- "Beef as Unequal Ecological Exchange: Case Studies in Brazil, Uruguay, and Argentina"
Ben Jones, PhD
- "The Paradox of Indigenous Sovereignty and American Democracy: Discourse Exclusion in Navajo Water Rights"
John Sagala, PhD
- "Public Law 108-25, US Foreign Policy, and the HIV/AIDS Pandemic in Sub-Saharan Africa"
Daniel Suhr, PhD
- Director of Research and Development, inXol, in Phoenix, AZ.
- "Globalization and the Community: A Case Study of NAFTA's Impact on Nogales, Sonora, Mexico"
T. Mark Montoya, PhD
- Lecturer, Ethnic Studies Program, Northern Arizona University
- "Borderdom: Citizenship in the U.S.-Mexico Borderlands"
Anna Nalwood, PhD
- "The Meaning of Sovereignty to the Diné: A Study of Urban Phoenix Navajo"
Naomi Pinion, PhD
- Lecturer, Northern Arizona University
- "The National Security Imaginary: The Challenge of Same-Sex Marriage in the US"
Sara Rinfret Rose, PhD
- Assistant Professor, Hartwick College
- "Changing the Rules: Interest Groups and Federal Environmental Rulemaking"
Rob Breen, SFO, PhD
- Environmental Policy Analyst, New York Department of State
- "Determining the Level of Ecosystem Management within the Forest Plans of the US Forest Service"
Karen Jarratt-Snider, PhD
- Assistant Professor, Applied Indigenous Studies, Northern Arizona University
- "Meaningful Participation in Environmental Justice: Policy Designs and Implications for Re-envisioning, reinstating, and reinforcing tribal sovereignty"
Aaron Mason, PhD
- Associate Professor of Political Science, Northwestern Oklahoma State University
- "The Evolving Nature of Federalism: The Tribal-State Relationship"
Marda Mustapha, PhD
- Associate Professor of Political Science, The College of Saint Rose
- "International Political Economy of HIV/AIDS Prevention: Lessons from Sierra Leone and Uganda"
Isa Ponce-Jiminez, PhD
- "Wayuu Women: Indigenous Responses to Neoliberal Adjustments and Constitutional Reforms in Columbia"
Edythe Weeks, PhD
- Adjunct Faculty, Northern Arizona University
- "The Politics of Space Law in the Post Cold War Era: Understanding Regime Change"
Kurt Fenske, PhD
- Instructor, Public Agency Management, Northern Arizona University
- "Privitization in Developing Countries from a Populist Perspective: A Case Study of Malawi"
Amy Gould, PhD
- Evergreen State College
- "Social Differences and Management Styles: A Study of Conformity"
Osaro Ighodaro, PhD
- Vice President of Student Affairs, South Mountain Community College
- "The Political Economy of the Oil and the Niger Delta Crisis"
Eva Barraza, PhD
- Part Time Faculty, Coconino Community College
- "Central American Immigrants and the Democratization of Los Angeles: La Cadena de Opresion y la Resistencia"
Runa Das, PhD
- Associate Professor of Political Science, University of Minnesota, Duluth
- "Encountering Hindutva: Reading Security, and Engendering a Hindu Masculinity in India's Nuclear Policies, Late 1990s"
Julie Smith (formerly Atkins), PhD
- Electricity Policy Analyst, Department of Energy
- "The Endocrine Disruptor Hypothesis: Scientists, Values, and Agenda-Setting in Environmental Policy Making"
Michael Sanchez, PhD
- Program Coordinator, San Antonio College
- "Democracy in Puerto Rico: A Cultural Interpretive Approach"
Jessica Urban, PhD
- Assistant Professor, Women's Studies and Multicultural Queer Studies Program, Humbolt State University
- "The Politics of Blame: Nation, Immigration, and Environmental Security in International Relations"
Peter Jacques, PhD
- Associate Professor, Department of Political Science, University of Central Florida
- "A Green Peace? Connections Between Environmental Policy and Foreign Policy"
Grenetta (Fink) Thomassey, PhD
- Policy Analyst, Tipp of the Mitt Watershed Council
- "A Comparative Analysis of United States Groundwater Managements Regimes: Testing an Ideal Type"
Secody Hubbard, PhD
- Environmental Protection Agency
- "The Discourses of Federal Indian Policy: Intergovernmental Policy Management, Structures and Conflict Resolution"
Natalina Monteiro, PhD
- Associate Professor Santa Monica College
- "The Political Economy of Informal Markets; Restructuring Economies, Gender and Women's Lives in Maputo, Mozambique"
Jerald Mast, PhD
- Associate Professor of Political Science, Carthage College
- "Clarifying Ambiguity: Public Policy, Contingent Valuation and the Consideration of Environmental Values"
Elaine Rodriquez, PhD
- Visiting Assistant Profess, History and Political Science, New Mexico Highlands University
Janet Carey, PhD
- Contract teaching assignments with Metropolitan State College of Denver
- Colorado Freelance Paralegal Network
- "Continuing Cultural Viability via Cultural Tourism as an Economic Survival Project for Pueblo Indian People"
Patrick Holman, PhD
- Senior Program Analyst, Office of Nuclear Energy at the United States Department of Energy
- "Institutional Theory and Institutional Change: Ecosystem Management and the United States Forest Service"
Philip Pappas, PhD
- Financial Advisor at Ameriprise Financial
- "Tourism, the Impacts of Power, and the Development of Policy: An Inter-Disciplinary Approach"
John Seyb, PhD
- Coconino County Department of Health Services
- "Enhancing Public Participation in Discussion of Waste Facility Siting through Risk Communication"
Joely Proudfit (formerly DeLaTorre), PhD
- Associate Professor of Sociology and Native Studies at California State University
- "Interpreting Power: The Power and Politics of Tribal Gaming in Southern California"
Ahmed Ismail, PhD
- Instructor, College of the Siskiyous
- "Challenging Regionalism, Trade Integration and Globalization: Development Integration Theory and the Southern Africa Development Community"
Jianqiang Li, PhD
- Associate Professor of East Asian Politics, Social Sciences Department, University of Houston-Downtown
- "State and Opposition: A Study of State Capacity and Loyal Dissent in Mao's China"
Diana L. Bartlett
Rod Loehr, Jr.
Mohammad M. Uddin
Robert L. Jones
John Wilmer, Sr.
Joely DeLaTorre-Proudfit, PhD
Diana L. Bartlett
Daniel Shearer, Jr.
Peter Jacques, PhD