Dr. Dwaine Jengelley
Postdoctoral Teaching Fellow
His research focuses on international terrorism, with a particular emphasis on terrorism, counter-terrorism and the media. His current research examines the content of counterterrorism stories published in The Washington Post over a 30-year period in an effort to explain the factors that make counterterrorism a more or less prominent news story in the print media. Generally, his research and teaching interests include international relations, terrorism, international political economy, and Caribbean politics. He was the winner of the 2010-2011 H.H. Remmers award for academic excellence and social responsibility in social science graduate studies at Purdue University. He also won the outstanding graduate teaching assistant award in 2008 in the department of political science, Purdue University. Born and raised in Jamaica, Dwaine migrated to the United States in 1999. He earned his BA in political science at Benedict College, Columbia, South Carolina, and his MA and Ph.D. at Purdue University in the Department of Political Science.