Invitation to Brown Bag Series with PhD Candidate Nuriyeni Kartika Bintarsari - March 28th

The Division of Global Affairs is pleased to invite you to our first Brown Bag seminar on March 28th. Doctoral candidate  Nuriyeni Kartika Bintarsari will present on "Countering Extremism in Southeast Asia: A Lesson on deradicalization and counter-radicalization programs in Indonesia."

Nuriyeni Kartika Bintarsari is a doctoral candidate in the Division of Global Affairs, Rutgers University-Newark. She is a grantee of Fulbright Doctoral Scholarship since 2014. She graduated from Gadjah Mada University in Indonesia with a B.A in international relations and a Master of Arts in International Relations from the Australian National University in Canberra, Australia. She was a recipient of an Australian Development Scholarship and part of Australian Global Alumni Networks. Nuriyeni's research interests today are in the areas of human security, terrorism, counter-terrorism, and political conflicts. She published several articles on ASEAN (Association of Southeast Asian Nations) security political community and currently, she is working on her dissertation's project on Indonesia's counter-terrorism measures.

The Brown Bag series is intended to stimulate the sharing and discussion of current work in Global Affairs undertaken by our graduate students and faculty.  It will be particularly helpful for our graduate students who would want to practice their presentation skills before any major conferences. We strongly recommend that you attend the session not only for your own benefit, but also to support your colleagues and students in their work. 

The session will take place from 1.00 - 2.00pm on March 28th​ in the DGA Student Lounge at Conklin Hall. The Brown Bag series traditionally take place during the lunch hour, so participants can interact in an informal setting. You are welcome to bring your own lunch for this session. 

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