Monroe Hall # 422
Major — International Relations
Minor — Quantitative and Qualitative Methods
Drew Herrick is a Political Science PhD student specializing in international relations and research methods at George Washington University. Drew is also a RAND researcher and a Nonresident Fellow in the International Security Program at New America. Previously, Drew was selected as a RAND Summer Associate, worked as a Research Associate at The Mershon Center for International Security Studies, and as a Political Risk Consultant. He studies issues relating to the intersection of international security and technology, especially strategic counter-norm activity, offensive social media operations, and the military value of cyber capabilities. His dissertation examines how states strategically counter and disrupt global national security norms and networks.
International security; cybersecurity; networks and norms; strategic studies; international relations theory; technology; disruptive innovation; data visualization.
M.A. George Washington University, 2014
B.A. The Ohio State University, 2011