I am a doctoral candidate in Government at the University of Texas with research interests in religion, ethics, and American foreign policy. I am also an aspiring coffee aficionado, part-time audiophile, and photography hobbyist.
You can find links to all my major social media profiles. I predominately tweet about politics and national security issues and use the remaining websites for personal work.
PhD, Government, in progress
University of Texas at Austin
MA, Political Science, 2011
BA, Greek & Latin, 2007
The Ohio State University
Sat, 14 Jan 2017, Students Partnering for Undergraduate Rhetoric Success (SPURS), 2017 Winter Conference
Quick note for UT undergraduate and graduate students who are interested in National Security. This week, The Clements Center is holding a Student Professional Development Fund Info Session.
The short of it is, if you find an unpaid internship in National Security, the Clements Center has funds to help you pay for living expenses.
RHE 306, Introduction to Rhetoric & Writing is a course in argumentation that situates rhetoric as an art of civic discourse. It is designed to train students’ abilities analyzing various positions held in public debate and to advocate your own position effectively.