Paper Awards


  • First Place in the Social Sciences, GSU Graduate Research Symposium, University of Notre Dame, 2015
  • Best Presentation; granted by the Graduate Research Symposium, University of Louisville, for “But He’s Not My Husband: The Disarmament and Demobilization of Female Ex-Combatants in Africa” (2014)
  • Social Justice Research Paper Award; granted by the Anne Braden Institute for Social Justice Research for “Inventing a New Peace in the Democratic Republic of the Congo: Learning from the Failures of the 1999 Lusaka Ceasefire Agreement” (2013)
  • Best Thesis in the Social Sciences for “The Unwelcome Mat: An Exploration of the Development of International Refugee Law and the ‘Refugee Problem’ in Contemporary Japan” (2011)

Exploring Kyoto, Japan 2009

Exploring Kyoto, Japan 2009


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