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Annual CTPP Research Presentations | April 22, 2022

On Friday, April 22 from 9am-5pm, CTPP Fellows will be presenting the culmination of their research to the Duke community in Rhodes Conference Room 223, Sanford Building. Please join us in person or virtually – drop ins welcome at any time!

Parking: Available at the Science Drive Visitor Lot for $2/hour.

Register for the Zoom livestream.


9:00-9:15 – Introductory remarks by Tim Nichols, CTPP Director

9:15-10:00 – LTC Derek Noel, Winning Small: Lessons in Military Intervention from Oman and Syria
10:05-10:50 – Olga Delgado, The Power of Foreign Influence and Interference in Academia
10:55-11:40 – COL John Bishop, Somalia: An Analysis of Social Fit
11:45-12:30 – COL Ben Jahn, Aligning Culture with Purpose: Preparing Special Forces for Strategic Competition

12:30-1:30 Lunch Served

1:30-2:15 – Khadijah Davis, Improving recruitment of African Americans into the Special Agent job role at the Federal Bureau of Investigation
2:20-3:05 – LTC Kevin Consedine, Be All You Can Be… Like Your Parents: Occupational Inheritance of the Army Profession
3:10-3:55 РDrake Weisert, Applying Psychological Theory to Public Diplomacy: How U.S. Government Programs Counter Violent Extremism  
4:00-4:45 – Graham Grove, Addressing the Reintegration Challenges Faced by Foreign Terrorist Fighter Family Members Returning to the United States from Middle East Internally Displaced Persons Camps

Parking: Available at the Science Drive Visitor Lot for $2/hour, credit card only.


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