Sullivan, Meghan

Area of Study: 
Foreign Aid, Foreign Direct Investment, Infrastructure Investment, International Development
Proposed Dissertation Topic: 

Biography
Meghan Sullivan is currently a doctoral student with a research focus on foreign direct investment from U.S. and Chinese firms in developing countries. She serves as a graduate and teaching assistant to the Division of Global Affairs. Previously, she served as research assistant to Professor Chebel d’Appollonia assisting in the research on how discrimination and securitization affect Muslim populations in the United States and Europe. Meghan is also a member of the Sigma lota Rho Honor Society for International Studies. Prior to her studies at Rutgers University, Meghan was an active member of Model United Nations and was granted a Diplomacy Award at the 2012 Harvard World Model United Nations Conference.   Courses Taught: American National Government, Fall 2015 Twitter: @MeghanMSullivan

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