I have been lucky enough to have found my calling early in life. When I was a junior at Christopher Newport University (CNU), I went to a panel discussion about the International Criminal Court (ICC), and I knew immediately afterwards that I wanted to work within the international community doing something with human rights and humanitarian aid. I ended up concentrating in International Law for my Political Science major, and I also found myself drawn to Europe, so I spent my time in European history classes for my history major. I could not have enjoyed my undergraduate experience more; I had the perfect background to start the new chapter of my life at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro, where I am currently working on a Master of Arts degree in International Peace and Conflict Resolutions.
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Concentration in Early Modern European history
Concentration in International Law/Relations
Humanitarian Law and International Human Rights both play an intricate part in global peace, development, and conflict resolution. The transformation of any conflict has to be rooted in jus cogen norms, along with adherence to internationally accepted treaties such as the International Covenant of Civil and Political Rights, and customary international law documents like the Universal Declaration of Human Rights.
• Political Science Senior Thesis Paper:
The United States and The International Criminal Court
•History Senior Thesis Paper:
Coca Cola Colonialism: The Americanization of the Middle East
•Whither Somalia- A Case Study on the Western Ideas of the Somali People
•Syria After Assad- A Case Study on the Future of the Syrian Government
•Peace For The "Paris of Africa": Transforming Ethnic Tensions in Cote d'Ivoire
•Blood Diamonds: International Human Rights Violations in the Diamond Trade
•Scope background investigations for various government agencies
•Daily interactions between investigators and case reviewers
•Provide customer service to patrons
•Operate computer systems
• Facilitating education of the "green standard" of certain materials
Intern for Jonathan H. Walker, Esq.
Summer internship doing research and analysis.
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