Major — International Relations
Minor — Comparative Politics
Jacquelyn Schneider is a PhD student in Political Science at George Washington University. Her research focuses on the intersection of national security, technology, and political psychology and covers a diverse range of topics from intelligence to unmanned technologies to cyber policy. Her work appears in Journal of Conflict Resolution, Strategic Studies Quarterly, International Relations and Security Network, and War on the Rocks. She has won awards for Best Graduate Student Paper at both the International Studies Association Annual Meeting (Foreign Policy Section and International Security Studies Section) and the Southwestern Social Sciences Association Annual Meeting and is a two-time award winner of the AFCEA National Intelligence Writing Contest. Before beginning her academic career, Jacquelyn spent six years as an Air Force officer in South Korea and Japan. She holds a B.A. in Economics and Political Science from Columbia University and a M.A. in Political Science from Arizona State University.
Intersection of technology, national security, and political psychology with a focus on cyber, unmanned technologies, and Northeast Asia
BA, Economics-Political Science Columbia University, MA, Political Science Arizona State University