PEGS Student Accepted to Program at Cambridge University
Olivia Stoff will graduate with an undergraduate degree in Political Science in December 2018. She has been accepted to the Cambridge University International Security and Intelligence Program and Conference at Magdalene College, Cambridge. This four-week summer program offers students an opportunity to work with the leading practitioners and academics from security and intelligence communities across the globe.
The program was created by Richard Dearlove, the former head of Britain's secret intelligence service, M16.
The International Security and Intelligence Programme considers the claims of state secrecy, the threat of nuclear proliferation, cyber attacks, terrorism, the problems generated by the demand for regional security, and the security challenges in areas of the world experiencing revolution and governing diversity.
Olivia is an Honors student, and she participated in the President's Emerging Global Scholars (PEGS) program during her first two years at Kennesaw State University. PEGS afforded her the opportunity to experience international people and cultures through travel as well as to learn about different regions of the world. After completing her undergraduate degree, Olivia aspires to further her studies in matters of global security.