Drew Herrick

Monroe Hall # 427


Major — International Relations

Minor —  Quantitative and Qualitative Methods

Drew is a Political Science PhD student specializing in international relations and research methods at George Washington University. Drew is also a 2015 RAND Summer Associate and a Future of War Fellow at the New America Foundation. His research focuses on bridging the gap between academics, technologists and policymakers by applying theory, technical knowledge, and advanced methodologies to policy-relevant problems. Previously, Drew worked as a Research Associate at The Mershon Center for International Security Studies and as a Political Risk Consultant.


Current Research

International security; cybersecurity; technology; disruptive innovation; political networks; strategic studies; international relations theory; data visualization.


M.A. George Washington University, 2014
B.A. The Ohio State University, 2011

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