Dr. S. Eldivan

Dr. Eldivan got his MA degree from John Jay College of Criminal Justice in 2007. He joined the Criminal Justice department of Rutgers University in 2007 and graduated in 2011 with a Ph.D. degree. His research interests are in the fields of terrorism and counter-terrorism, specifically violently radicalized individuals, human security and intelligance studies.
      
Dr. Eldivan worked as a UN Peacekeeping personal in Pristina, Kosovo in 2002-2003. He worked as liaison officer between local and international institutions. He taught various courses to undergraduate students at Rutgers University School of Criminal Justice.
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Eldivan had many presentations in different institutions and countries. He attended the conference, titled as “Regional cooperation in criminal matters related to terrorism in the Maghreb and Sahel countries” organized by UNODC in Casablanca, Morocco in 2013. He joined the conference named as,“Democracy and Security” in Antalya, Turkey, organized by TIPS in 2009 and presented, “Modeling radicalization: A comparative study of the NYPD report and the 2003 Istanbul Bombings.”  He was a member of the committee in a workshop, organized by the Turkish National Police (TNP), funded by NATO, at Washington D.C. in 2006.

Email: seldivan@gmail.com

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