Sarah Clark, Adjunct Faculty

Sarah Clark has taught in the Global Security Studies program since 2009. She studied political science and history at Fordham University before attending graduate school at Johns Hopkins University, focusing on international relations and comparative politics.

Professor Clark’s research interests include American foreign policy, international organizations, and qualitative methodology. Her current work focuses on women’s health rights. She also has a special interest in helping students identify and operationalize their research interests. She teaches Research and Thesis courses.

Sarah Clark