Rosalie Rubio

Rosalie Rubio
Monroe 450
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Areas of Expertise

Terrorism; counterterrorism; immigration

Major- International Relations

Minor- Research Methods

Rosalie Rubio is a Ph.D. candidate at the George Washington University studying comparative politics and quantitative research methods. Her research focuses on the enforcement of counter-terrorism legislation in the Middle East with a special emphasis on Jordan. In her dissertation, Rosalie explores the domestic politics of counter-terrorism law-making and enforcement. She is also interested in public opinion surrounding security issues in the MENA region. Her research and language study has been supported by FLAS scholarship (Jordan), the Boren Fellowship (Jordan), and the APSA Minority Fellows Program. In the summer of 2016, she was awarded a FLAS fellowship to study Arabic in Amman, Jordan.



B.A. University of North Carolina- Chapel Hill,
M.A. The George Washington University

Office Hours

By appointment