Ph.D. Bradford University, UK 1998
International Relations, Peace Research, International Organizations, Global Terrorism, American Politics (Foreign and Domestic)
Jeannie Grussendorf is a senior lecturer and has been in the department since 2006. She has a Ph.D. in Peace Studies from Bradford University (UK) and teaches a variety of international relations courses (global issues, U.S. foreign policy, introductory international relations and politics of peace). She is the faculty advisor for Pi Sigma Alpha Nu Phi, the GSU chapter of the national Political Science Honors Society. Her research interests are peace and conflict studies, the theory and praxis of international relations and terrorism. Prior to coming to GSU, Jeannie Grussendorf worked on a youth violence prevention project at the University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston (2000-2004) and taught at East Carolina University (2004-2006).
Grussendorf, J. (2007) “State actors and terrorism” in: Kilroy, R. (ed.) Threats to Homeland Security: An All-Hazards Perspective. Wiley and Sons. Fall 2007.
Grussendorf, J. (2007) and “Non-state actors and terrorism” in: Kilroy, R. (ed.) Threats to Homeland Security: An All-Hazards Perspective. Wiley and Sons.
Howard, B.; Shegog, R.; Grussendorf, J.; Benjamins, L.; Stelzig, D.; McAlister, A. (2007) *http://www.peacetest.org/: Development, implementation, and evaluation of a web-based violence-prevention program in a time of war*. Journal of Peace Research, 44(5): 559-571.