Careers at cPASS

The Center for Peace and Security Studies (cPASS) has two postdoctoral positions available for the 2018-2019 academic year.  Each position is also renewable at the discretion of the cPASS Director.  Research at cPASS targets new and emerging security issues such as emerging modes of conflict and new modes of deterrence.  cPASS is devoted to applying innovative thinking and diverse methodologies (experiments, deductive modeling, statistical analysis, case studies, archival research and “big data”) to traditional security issues made more dynamic and difficult by the increased complexity of interstate competition and conflict. We emphasize a team-based, multi-method approach to research that combines qualitative and quantitative perspectives.

Postdocs will work closely with the Center Director in conducting cPASS research activities such as data collection, analysis, preparing project reports and manuscripts for peer-reviewed journals, preparing and delivering oral presentations to diverse audiences, overseeing qualitative research or supervising project labs, and mentoring graduate and undergraduate research activities.

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