Noor's research interests relate to international relations in the Middle East and South Asia.
Emaan Ali’s research interests lie in the field of international development policy. More specifically, she is curious about the impact of multilateral development policies on the lives of girls and women in the Global South.
Kaleigh Alyssa Campbell's research interests surround the political-economic arrangements that relate to the international trade of artworks and the development of national policies regarding the trade of cultural goods.
Felicia Clement will delve deeper into the complexities enveloped in protecting vulnerable populations from discrimination and violence and explore ways to rebuild a sense of belonging and identity.
Kestrel is deeply interested in the responsiveness and adaptability of different economic systems during times of crisis, and in examining capitalism’s ability (or inability) to be “sustainable” and equitable.
Chris Earle's broader research interests are in anti-corruption, human security and the global arms trade; while his technical interests are in big data, machine learning, and econometrics.
Brittany’s experiences have sparked her research interests, which are concerned with security, human rights and race politics. In particular, Brittany is interested in the ways in which technology is constructed to favour certain races over others.