Mark J Flowers

Ph.D. Student

Office: SB1260 in Decatur
Email: mflowers@gsu.edu
Hometown: Webb City, MO
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Subfields

International Relations
Political Methodology

Research Areas

Since the Cold War ended, the relevance of NATO has been a question. Indeed, the purpose of NATO has been in flux and has differing answers depending on perspective. I am interested in both the purpose and relevance of NATO as an organization in the 21st century.

What drew you to the department?

“I was drawn to GSU because of it has significant academic and non-academic job prospects, a faculty which does its best to assure the success of everyone in the program, and it is cost-effective.”

What is your favorite thing about GSU?

“GSU is the most encouraging and engaging environment within which I have had the privilege to study.”


Education

  • Master of Arts, Economics, Florida State University, 2010
  • Bachelor of Arts, Physics, Florida State University, 2006

Teaching Experience

  • ECON2100, ECON2105, ECON2106, Instructor of Record. Fall 2012 – Spring 2020.
  • Taught high school Mathematics in Webb City High School from Fall 2010 – Spring 2012.

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