Conference Participation

Students interested in presenting a paper at a conference can apply for travel funds through the Dean’s Office.

Please send an email describing your conference experience and a photo to to be included below.


Abigail Tubin attends 2019 Pi Sigma Alpha Conference

In February 2019 I had the opportunity to represent Wake Forest at the 2019 Pi Sigma Alpha National Student Research Conference in Washington, DC. The conference featured research presentations from nearly 100 undergraduate students from universities across the country along with informational panels led by industry experts. Students presented their research to conference attendees and graduate student commentators in panels of four presenters grouped according to general topic – International…

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Riley Mistrot attends 2019 West Point Conference

Thanks to the Department of Politics and International Affairs faculty, I had the privilege and the pleasure of attending the 70th Annual Student Conference on U.S. Affairs (SCUSA) hosted by the U.S. Military Academy at West Point last fall. The theme of the conference was “Cooperation Reimagined: American Influence in a Complex World.” As a delegate on the Middle East and North Africa round table, I worked with my civilian…

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Katherine Cassidy attends 2019 Naval Academy Conference

In April 2019 I was invited to attend the Naval Academy’s Foreign Affairs Conference (NAFAC 2019). Over the course of the week, 150 delegates attended lectures and participated in round table discussions surrounding the conference’s theme Coming Apart: the Fate of the Rules-Based Order. I participated in the round table titled “The Age of Ideologues: Examining the Beliefs Driving Dissonance.” Over the course of the conference, my breakaway group discussed the…

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