International Relations Capstone Project Presentations

Students watching a presentation
Event Date: May 11, 2017 - 5 p.m.
Location: University Hall, 2nd Floor, Room 2330

Please join us for this student presentation event of major research papers exploring a scholarly, policy-relevant themes in the field of international relations.

2017 Capstone Titles:

  • Hϋseyin Çakar, “The effects of mainstream media and social media on protests in the case of Brazil and Turkey.”
  • Ugonna Ishionwu, "The Deprivation of Social Services to Citizens of a State as a Violation of Human Rights".
  • Timothy Johnson, “Environmental Paradigm Gap.”
  • Julie Kabukanyi, “Cultural Relativism: A Tool to Mitigate Universal Human Rights Violations.”
  • Justin Rodriguez, “Sovereignty and the Modern State: What does it mean to be a modern sovereign state?”
  • Elizabeth C. Smith, "US-Russian Relations: How Did We Get Here?" 
  • Jacey R. Taft, “Foreign Intervention in Syria and the Role of Human Rights.”
  • Gael-Etienne Wehner, “The Rise of Right-Wing Populism in the Western World: Great Depression, Great Recession.”

For disability-related accommodations, including dietary accommodations, please visit two weeks prior to the event.