Past CSINT Fellows & Interns

 

2020-2021 CSINT Fellows

Divya Ramjee entered the 2020-21 Fellows program as a PhD candidate and adjunct professor at American University in Washington, D.C., in the Department of Justice, Law & Criminology. Her research interests included cybercrime and intellectual property crime; biotechnology; and the application of machine learning methodologies in the fields of criminology, law, and security.

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Chelsea Corum entered the 2020-21 Fellows program as a first year AU Graduate student in the International Affairs Policy and Analysis Program at SIS.  Her research interests included cyber security and artificial intelligence.

Nicholas Iacobuzio entered the 2020-21 Fellows program as a graduate student in American University's US Foreign Policy and National Security program, where he concentrated in cybersecurity and intelligence.

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Pragya Jain entered the 2020-21 Fellows program as an undergraduate sophomore studying International Relations with a minor in Data Science. She expressed an interest in how emerging technologies can greatly change global relations. Her research focuses included clean energy and technology as well as the implications artificial intelligence will have on humanity.

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Kyle Sallee entered the 2020-21 Fellows program as a graduate student in the School of International Service’s U.S. Foreign Policy and National Security program. Kyle was exploring the impacts of Chinese and Russian state-owned nuclear corporations on the proliferation of nuclear energy within Eurasia and Africa.

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2020 CSINT Summer Internship

Headshot of Reid BarbierReid Barbier entered the 2020 Summer Internship as a graduate student in the School of International Service at American University, working towards his masters degree in the Foreign Policy and National Security program.  

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2019-2020 CSINT Fellows

Dongmin (Dan) Lee entered the 2019-20 Fellows program as a graduate student in the School of International Service at American University, working towards his masters degree in the Foreign Policy and National Security program.  

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Robert(Bob) McDonald entered the 2019-20 Fellows program as a graduate student in the School of International Service at American University, working towards his masters degree in the Global Governance, program.  

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Nicholas Winstead entered the 2019-20 Fellows program as a graduate student in the School of International Service at American University, working towards his masters degree in the Foreign Policy and National Security program.  

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