2019 CISAC Fellows Set Off on New Paths


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CISAC fellows visited the Los Alamos National Laboratory in May 2019.
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Where are CISAC's fellows headed this year? After a fun and challenging year together at Stanford, we wish them well as they begin new positions and explore new areas of interests. Read their updates below:

Kristin Ven Bruusgaard will begin a tenure-track postdoctoral position at the University of Oslo, Norway.

Hyun-Binn Cho will join the Belfer Center at Harvard University as a postdocoral fellow.

Fiona Cunningham will be an assistant professor of political science and international affairs at the George Washington University.

Francois Diaz-Maurin will continue his Marie S. Curie fellowship with the European Commission in Barcelona, Spain. He will also continue to actively collaborate with CISAC Professor Rod Ewing on research.

Sidra Hamidi will join the faculty of Stetson University as an assistant professor.

Yogesh Joshi will join the Institute of Institute of South Asian Studies at the National University of Singapore as a research fellow.

Erik Lin-Greenberg will begin a postdoctoral fellowship at the University of Pennsylvnia before joining the faculty of American University as an assistant professor in the School of International Service.

Asfandyar Mir will remain at CISAC for another postdoctoral fellowship year.

Timothy Mungie will begin a new military assignment.

Chantell Murphy plans to take a position in industry.

Michal Onderco will return to his position as an assistant professor of international relations at Erasmus University in Rotterdam.

Kerry Persen will join Facebook’s Global Policy Campaigns and Programs team doing research in the policy space.

Maxime Polleri will remain at CISAC for another fellowship year.

Sergey Sanovich will join Princeton’s Center for Information Technology as a postdoctoral fellow.

Max Smeets will work as a Senior Research Scholar at ETH Zurich.

Yeajin Yoon will join the Belfer Center at Harvard University as a postdoctoral fellow.

Sherry Zaks will join the faculty of the University of Southern California as an assistant professor of comparative politics.