Christopher Faulkner is a Ph.D. candidate in the Security Studies Program in the Department of Political Science at the University of Central Florida. He received his Master of Public Administration in 2010 and his Master of Arts in International Conflict Management and Resolution in 2013 from the University of North Carolina Wilmington. His research interests include civilian victimization in war, child soldiering, rebel recruitment and violence, terrorism, and counterterrorism effectiveness.
Christopher Faulkner and Joshua Lambert, both a part of the Security Studies Ph.D. program, won the 2017 Florida Political Science Association’s (FPSA) Best Graduate Paper Award for their paper titled, “Si... Read more
Christopher Faulkner, Security Studies Ph.D. candidate, recently published an article, “Money and Control: Rebel Groups and the Forcible Recruitment of Child Soldiers.” The article appeared in th... Read more
The UCF Political Science Department is proud to announce that Jennifer L. Hudson, a graduate student in the Political Science master’s program, won the FPSA 2016 Best Graduate Paper Award for her paper title... Read more
The weekend of October 23-25th, 11 students and 4 faculty and staff members represented UCF at the International Studies Association (ISA) South annual conference in Tampa, Florida. Christopher Faulkner and ... Read more