UK's Peace Studies Program is bringing to campus Dr. Andrew H. Kydd, an expert on international security and strategic behavior, for an hour-long presentation with Q&A in W.T. Young Library Auditorium. Free and open to the public.
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Clayton Thyne discusses the field of peace studies, and the advantages that the new certificate offers UK students.
Thyne is an associate professor and in the Department of Political Science, and the Director of the Peace Studies Program.
This fall, Political Science Professor Clayton Thyne will be teaching A&S 100: Introduction to Peace Studies.