Kayce Mobley

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Professional Activities

2015        Member, Faculty Women, Wabash College

2015        Member, Association for Pedagogy in Politics and International Affairs, University of Georgia, 2013-2015

2015        Member, SPIA (School of Public and International Affairs) Underground, University of Georgia, 2013-2015

2015        Member, Women in Political Science and International Affairs, University of Georgia, 2013-2015

2015        Member, Pay It Forward: Women Helping Women Workshop, International Studies Association Annual Convention, Feb. 2015

2012        Graduate Research Assistant, University of Georgia, Aug.-Dec. 2012

Assisted and contributed to an undergraduate research initiative regarding Congressional development led by Dr. Anthony Madonna.

2010        Presidential Fellow, Center for the Study of the Presidency & Congress, Nov. 2009-April 2010

Presented a working paper on the role and development of the soundbite in American presidential elections.

2009        Dugan Research Award, University of the South, June-July 2009

Selected to conduct independent research on student involvement in the movement against mountaintop removal in Appalachia.

Research led to 2009 undergraduate honors thesis on the effectiveness of the Internet as an implement for student-led social movements worldwide.

2009        Student, Cameroon: Development and Social Change, The School for International Training, Jan.-April 2009

Studied abroad during the spring 2009 semester, studying international relations, development politics, and French.

2008        Delegate, Student Conference on U.S. Affairs, United States Military Academy, West Point, NY

“Weapons of Mass Destruction and Small Arms” sub-group.

2008        Research Intern, Southern Center for International Studies

Wrote, edited, and researched for the World in Transition series of educational materials.

Supported through grant from the Tonya Public Affairs Internship Fund.

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Professional Associations

 

International Studies Association

American Political Science Association

Midwestern Political Science Association

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Service

Pittsburg State University

2016    Volunteer, Rumble in the Jungle, Pittsburg State University, Oct. 2016.

 

Wabash College

2016        Invited Speaker, “Made in China? Sovereignty and Artificial Islands in the South China Sea.”

Social Sciences Colloquium, Wabash College, January 2016.

2016        Invited Speaker, “Liminality and U.S. National Security: Analyzing the Role of Drones.”

Social Sciences Colloquium, Wabash College, January 2016.

2015        Panelist, “Understanding Democratic Socialism.”

Wabash College, December 2015.

 

The University of Georgia

2014        Guest Lecturer, “Death, Burial, and the Role of the State.”

Global Issues Honors Seminar, University of Georgia, September 2014.

2014        Invited Speaker, “Blurred Lines: Drones, War, and Sovereignty.”

Roosevelt Institute Conference, University of Georgia, March 2014.

2013        Invited Speaker, “Cupcakes, Dragons, and Blogs: A Conversation on Pedagogy, Syllabi, and Course Construction.”

With Sarah Fisher.

Friday Forum of the Center for the Study of Global Issues (GLOBIS), University of Georgia, Feb. 2013.

 

Service to the Profession

2017        Chair, Panel on “The Role of Bureaucracies and Experts in Making Foreign Policy.”

International Studies Association Annual Conference, Feb. 2017.

2016        Discussant, Panel on “Simulating Conflict and Diplomacy.”

Midwest Political Science Association Annual Conference, Spring 2016.

2016        Chair, Panel on “International Crisis Management.”

Midwest Political Science Association Annual Conference, Spring 2016.

2014        Volunteer, Society for Political Methodology (PolMeth) Annual Conference, July 2014.

2012        Volunteer, Peace Science Annual Conference, Oct. 2012.

  

Service to the Community

2016        Interview Subject, “Area debate, political experts weigh in on presidential face-off.”

The Joplin  Globe, September 26.

           

 

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