Cale Horne named the Senator Sam Nunn Security Leadership Fellow
The Center for International Trade and Security has announced that Cale Horne, a PhD student in political science has been named the Senator Sam Nunn Security Leadership Fellow for 2008.
The Nunn Award recognizes outstanding students who have participated in the Center’s Security Leadership Program, as well as pays tribute to Sen. Sam Nunn, who is well-known in the nonproliferation community for his tireless work in attempting to stop the spread of weapons of mass destruction.
Cale Horne is a graduate research assistant at the Center and is concentrating his doctoral studies on international security and cooperation with an emphasis in nonproliferation research. His work for the Center has focused on the development of the Nonproliferation Commitments, Capacity, and Compliance Project (NONPRO) to explore state capacity to comply with international commitments to nonproliferation. Horne is also a graduate research fellow with Project Civil Strife, which focuses on the collection and analysis of data on the strategic behavior of state and non-state actors throughout Southeast Asia.
Horne received his M.A. in International Studies (with honors) from the University of South Carolina in 2006. In 2000, he received his B.A. (summa cum laude) from Covenant College in Interdisciplinary Studies with concentrations in History, Philosophy, and Theology.