Teaching, Research & International Policy
The Teaching Research and International Policy Project (TRIP), based at W&M’s Global Research Institute, gathers data and publishes analyses on the discipline of International Relations (IR) and its interactions with the public and policymakers. TRIP focuses on understanding how students and scholars of IR assist policymakers and communicate their knowledge to the public.
The project collects data on academic IR journals, conducts snap polls of IR scholars on current events, and administers extensive surveys to policymakers, journalists, the U.S. public and IR scholars from all around the world.
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Professor Sue Peterson, Professor Mike Tierney, Professor Ryan Powers
Bridging the Theory-Practice Divide, Public and elite opinion, Role of the media, Study of the International Relations discipline, Surveys
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TRIP recruits students at the start of each semester based on specific project needs. Please feel free to get in contact with us if you are interested in hearing about current opportunities.
Carnegie Corporation of New York, Foreign Policy, Pew Research Center, Chicago Council on Global Affairs