Master of International Policy (MIP)

I am interested in a career in human rights and national security and am passionate about social justice advocacy, animal rights, and environmentalism. My research interests include the Middle East and Africa, the United States involvement in foreign governments, terrorism, and insurgency.

Education

University of Georgia Class of 2021 BA International Affairs with Minors in Criminal Justice and Public Policy and Management

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Rebecca Wilson graduated Cum Laude from the University of Georgia in May 2021 with a degree in International Affairs with a double minor in Public Policy / Management and Criminal Justice. She has been a participant of the Master of International Policy “Double Dawg” program since 2019. During her undergraduate career, she interned or studied abroad every summer. She completed the Comparative Politics and Education Maymester Study Abroad Program in Glasgow, Scotland in 2018. In the summer of 2019, she lived in Tel Aviv, Israel working as a Higher Education Caseworker at the African Refugee Development Center. Last summer, Rebecca lived on Sao Miguel Island, Azores and interned at the American Corner within the US Consulate Ponta Delgada, directly assisting the Principal Officer. During her time on campus, Rebecca has been a member of the student executive board of Hillel at UGA each year and a Hebrew and Religious School Studies teacher for the past two years at Congregation Children of Israel. In her free time, she enjoys running, yoga, traveling, and fostering animals.

Research Interests

The Middle East and Africa, the United States involvement in foreign governments, terrorism, insurgency