Master of International Policy (MIP)

Noah is a first-year graduate student within the Master of International Policy Program from Eatonton, Georgia. His passion for security issues and international affairs led him to continue his education, and he plans to use his degree to pursue a career in the intelligence field.


B.A. University of Georgia 2020, International Affairs and Political Science

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During his undergraduate career at the University of Georgia, Noah served several major leadership roles at the Beta-Lambda Chapter of Kappa Sigma including new member educator and president. In these roles, he worked with the Interfraternity Council to create policies which improved the safety, health, and culture of the university’s Greek system. These achievements resulted in winning Brother of the Year which is the highest honor within the chapter. He also served as campaign manager for the Deliver ticket in the 2018 Student Government election finishing third. In this role, he represented the ticket in issues related to election rule compliance and overall campaign strategy. Noah also found a deep interest in the continent in Africa during a summer term at Stellenbosch University in South Africa.

Research Interests

American Foreign Policy in Africa, Ethnic Cooperation and Conflict, Chinese Foreign Policy in Africa, United States Security