Current Research Project: Cyberwar in Space
A research project examining how the "cyber" conflict going on in outer space will re-define world politics and configurations of global power.
My study of international governance focuses on how human beings collectively develop rules for regions of anarchic technological activity - outer space and cyberspace.
My on-going research investigates the tectonic shifts in world power configurations as cyber-conflict transforms the global political landscape. Asymmetric warfare is melding the realms of cyberspace and outer space into the battleground for world domination in the 21st Century.
The "public" side of my scholarship features articles, book chapters, and conference presentations at regional, national, and international forums. Recent publications in the European Space Policy Institute and presentations to the International Studies Association and International Institute of Space Law examine the evolution of technology governance regarding space debris and cyber-security.
Teaching Through Active Engagement
Learning is an activity that engages all aspects of a student's being - emotional as well as intellectual.
Since 1981, I have developed and taught a range of courses utilizing "hands-on" engagement learning in simulation settings. My Model United Nations Program trains a world-class MUN team winning awards at the top MUN conferences in the US and abroad.