Victoria Beall

  • Ph.D. Student
  • Teaching Assistant
  • Political Science
1602 Patterson Office TOWER
Research Interests:
Education

B.A. International Relations, The University of Georgia, 2016.

Biography

I am a second year Ph.D. Student and Teaching Assistant at the University of Kentucky studying Political Science with a major focus on International Relations and minor in Comparative Politics. 

Before beginning my doctoral studies at the University of Kentucky, I was a participant of the Richard B. Russel Security Leadership Program in the Center for International Trade and Security at the University of Georiga where I focused on CBRN security and international trade generally. I also worked with Dr. Igor Khripunov on projects concerning nuclear security culture during my time in the program.  

My research interests can be found in the broader field of conflict and peace studies. I am interested in studying peacebuilding processes and security post interstate and intrastate conflict resolution, with a specific interest in the role of third party actors. Third party Interventions, peace mediation and negotiations, as well as conflict prevention are also topics of interest. 

I have been a Teaching Assistant for the undergraduate course PS 101: Introduction to American Governemnt Fall 2016 with Dr. Richard Waterman and Spring 2016 with Dr. Steve Voss. I am currently a teaching assitant for PS 210: Introduction to Comparative Politics with Dr. Abby Cordova. 

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