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Stephanie Anderson

Co-Chair, International Research and Engagement Committee

Stephanie Anderson

Professor, Head of School, SPPAIS
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IAC Standing Committee:

International Research and Engagement Committee


Dr. Anderson has worked at the University of Wyoming since 2004. Focusing on the nexus between European Union identity and security policy, she has held senior fellow positions at the Europainstitut at the University of Basel in Switzerland (2016), at the KFG – Transformative Power of Europe at the Free University of Berlin (2011-12), and at the EU Centre in Singapore (2012). In 2008, she published Crafting the EU Security Policy: In the Pursuit of European Identity (Boulder, CO: Lynne Rienner, 2008). Her book is based on research she did while a Senior Fulbright Research Scholar at the German Institute for International and Security Affairs (SWP). She was also a Fulbright Senior Scholar at the Graduate School of International Studies at Sogang University in Seoul, Korea. Her most recent book is co-authored with Rob Godby, Greek Tragedy, European Odyssey: The Economics and Politics of the Eurozone Crisis (Budrich, 2016). She has also published in several journals and edited volumes including Armed Forces and Society, The SAGE Handbook of European Foreign Affairs, and European Foreign Affairs Review.

In 2015, Dr. Anderson was selected as Faculty Senate Speaker. She is a three-time winner of the "Top Prof" award. In 2007, Dr. Anderson won the College's Extraordinary Merit in Teaching award. She teaches cross-listed courses in political science, international studies and gender and women's studies, including Politics of Europe, European Union, International Relations, and Gender in International Relations.

Dr. Anderson has served on the UK Marshall selection committee. She was also elected the European Union Studies Association's (EUSA) Co-Chair of the European Union as a Global Actor interest section (2007-2011). She had previously served on EUSA's executive committee. She was also made a Next Generation Fellow of the American Assembly. The American Assembly, an affiliate of Columbia University, was founded by Dwight D. Eisenhower in 1950 with the mandate to illuminate issues of public policy. As a non-profit, non-partisan organization, the Assembly seeks to provide information, stimulate discussion, and evoke independent conclusions on matters of vital public interest.


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