Sarah Wyatt

Sarah Wyatt is a former graduate from the University of Western Ontario’s International Relations H.B.A. program and a current Masters in International Public Policy Candidate at the Balsillie School. Sarah is a recipient of the Global Affairs Canada Grant through her admission to the Balsillie School, and subsequently has been a participant in the Global Affairs Canada Fellowship program throughout her MIPP studies. Sarah has largely concentrated on environmental policy and security policy throughout her studies and fellowship, and insofar has become increasingly interested in the intersection between the environment and security policy due to the ever more discernible relationship between climate change and conflict. Aside from this, Sarah also maintains an interest in other topics within both the environment and security disciplines including: divestment, renewable technologies, artificial intelligence and security, and personal data protection within the digital landscape.

Academic / Professional Awards

  • Laurier Fellowship Grant, 2019
TOPICS
Conflict and Security
Global Political Economy / Waterloo Political Economy Group (WatPEG)
Multilateral Institutions
EDUCATION
  • Bachelor of Arts Honours Specilization in International Relations, with a Minor in History from Western University

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