People

William G. Nomikos

Assistant Professor
Department of Political Science
Washington University in St. Louis
Director

William Nomikos's research aims to understand the conditions under which international actors successfully bring order, peace, and stability to weakly institutionalized settings

Taylor Damann

Ph.D. Student
Department of Political Science
Washington University in St. Louis
Research Manager

Taylor Damann's research investigates the confluence of warfare, women and civilians and considers the gendered nature of war and peace

Patrick Hunnicutt

Ph.D. Candidate
Bren School
UC Santa Barbara
Affiliated Researcher

Patrick Hunnicutt's research focuses on how the environment and public service provision impact the effectiveness and local perception of international peacekeeping efforts

Danielle Villa

Ph.D. Candidate
Department of Political Science
Emory University
Affiliated Researcher

Danielle Villa's research focuses on the role that host governments play in shaping peacekeeper outcomes, as well as how peacekeepers can effectively manage violence and contribute to peace

Melanie Sauter

Ph.D. Researcher
Department of Political Science
European University Institute
Affiliated Researcher

Melanie Sauter's research looks at the micro-dynamics of armed conflicts and the relationship between humanitarian organizations and peacekeeping forces

Kellan Robinson

Ph.D. Student
Department of Political Science
UNC Chapel Hill
Affiliated Researcher

Kellan Robinson's research explores how and when peacekeepers successfully mitigate the use of force against civilians and the impact this has on conflict outcomes

Rob Williams

Postdoctoral Research Fellow
Weidenbaum Center
Washington University in St. Louis
Affiliated Researcher

Rob Williams uses spatial data and geographic information systems (GIS) to explore how UN peacekeeping activity affects targeting patterns in active conflicts

Ipek Ece Sener

Ph.D. Student
Department of Political Science
Washington University in St. Louis
Research Assistant

Ipek Ece Sener's research focuses on the effects of international peace initiatives on the microdynamics of the civil war

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Alumni

  • Claudia Alegre
  • Grace Burgess
  • Ryan Hironaka
  • Aleesha Malik
  • Kayden Mansfield
  • Karen Trinh