The 26th Annual Celebration of Student Achievement will take place on Tuesday, April 25th. The event features the research, scholarship and creative activity of TCNJ students from all disciplines. The event will include papers, posters, art exhibitions, video discussions and other products of student work. Click here for the full schedule.
The schedule for International Studies students is below. Join us and support your fellow students!
|The Military, Intelligence, and Armed Conflict 8:45 - 9:45 am, SSB 227, Panel Chair: Dr. Hyun-Binn Cho
|How has Russian military intervention into Post-Soviet Republics led Russia's sphere of influence to wane?
|Rethinking Reputation - Who Earns it and Why
|Presidential Economic and Social Leanings as a Predictor of Military Spending
|A Big Baby with Big Toys - Why the United States and Russia have been unable to reach agreements regarding Cybersecurity
|Regime and Regional Security 10:00 - 11:00 am SSB 227, Panel Chair: Dr. Hyun-Binn Cho
|Climate Coups - How Rising Temperatures Threaten Political Instability in Vulnerable Nations
|Anti-Foreign Protest and Signaling Across Regime Types in the Middle East and North Africa
|International Security Senior Thesis
|Why unifying the Three Islands in Haiti is the first step to achieving Democracy
|A Case Study of Spain
|Nuclear Proliferation and Terrorism 2:15 - 3:15 pm SSB 227, Panel Chair: Dr. Hyun-Binn Cho
|Atomnomy: Leaders and Independence in Nuclear Proliferation
|Sheltered Pursuit Client Selection
|India, the Norm on Non-Proliferation, & the Global Nuclear Order
|Why do India and the US pursue different counterterrorism strategies?
|How did Cuba Get its Terrorist Sponsor Designation and Why?