Curriculum Vitae

Master of International Policy (MIP)

Michael is a graduate of the University of Georgia where he earned a Bachelor’s of Arts in both Anthropology and International Affairs. During his undergrad at UGA, Michael focused his international affairs studies on human security, conflict, and terrorism. He plans to further his education in the areas of energy security and nuclear nonproliferation, focusing on Southeastern Asia.


BA, Anthropology and International Affairs, University of Georgia, 2018

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Michael began his time at UGA as an anthropology major in the spring of 2017. During his first semester at UGA, he discovered a passion for international affairs, specifically human security. While at UGA, he had the opportunity to participate in SPIA’s spring semester abroad in Oxford where he studied international law, terrorism, and comparative healthcare policies. Michael hopes to apply his anthropological knowledge to his international affairs education to gain a unique perspective on security issues.

Out of the classroom, Michael loves to travel and cook. He loves to experience new cultures and especially new types of food. He has been to Europe multiple times and hopes to travel to Southeastern Asia in his journey to become a tried-and-true globetrotter.

Research Interests

Energy Security, Nuclear Nonproliferation, Southeastern Asia