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Carleigh Cartmell is a PhD candidate in the Global Governance program at Balsillie School of International Affairs.

Carleigh completed a Master’s degree in International Studies from Durham University. Her thesis compared the intelligence sharing patterns between the EU and the Five Eyes. She then went on to work as a Scheduler and then Rotation Consultant with Alberta Health Services. After almost two years, she decided to go back to school to pursue her research passions.

Carleigh plans on researching intelligence sharing in a historical context. She is also currently studying Dutch.

Academic / Professional Awards

  • Provost Doctoral Entrance Scholarship for Women
  • Balsillie Doctoral Fellowship
  • Jason Lang Scholarship
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EDUCATION
  • Master of Arts in International Studies, University of Durham, 2015
  • Bachelor of Arts in Political Science, University of Calgary, 2014

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2018-11-02T11:56:11+00:00September 28th, 2017|PhD Students|