College of Social Sciences and Humanities
Boston Main Campus
Research: 40% With P.I., organize two workshops on research and policy on the Arab region post-“Arab Spring” and especially as relates to the Syrian civil war and refugee crisis and other humanitarian crises in the region (Yemen, Sudan, Libya);
Develop new grants for other research projects, curriculum development, and other scholars at risk;
Produce 2 “Occasional Papers,” related to her research, for publication on BCARS website.
Public lecturing, guest lecturing (for CSSH classes) and Mentoring Graduate students: 60% Organize forums for Boston-area graduate student research presentations, with an aim toward the preparation of conference papers and publication of collaborative works.
Guest lecture in Graduate Seminars at Northeastern and BCARS partner institutions.
Help supervise and/or serve as Mentor to any graduate student in CSSH (History, Political Science, Economics, Sociology, Anthropology, or other) interested in researching the Arab region, especially as relates to her expertise in UN agencies that aim to help alleviate humanitarian crises and refugee populations across the Middle East. Teach one course in the spring semester.
PhD in related field
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