Jocelyn Sage Mitchell is an award-winning researcher and educator who studies politics in the Middle East and America. Her research focuses on understanding how people interact with one another and how governments respond to their needs.
Her research explores nationalism, public opinion, gender, and political legitimacy. She utilizes various methods to collect data on people’s concerns and voices, such as focus groups, ethnographic interviews, and large-scale surveys. Jocelyn has secured over $1 million in competitive grant funding, and she has led diverse groups of students and researchers.
She enjoys working with diverse groups and individuals to solve complex problems. Jocelyn also regularly communicates her research through public appearances, published works, and media appearances.
When she was a young woman, Jocelyn Sage Mitchell studied at Brown University in Providence. She earned her undergraduate degree in political science and Middle Eastern studies. After graduating from Brown, she pursued a master’s degree in government at Georgetown University.
In 2008, Jocelyn and her family moved to Qatar. She worked as a graduate teaching assistant at the School of Foreign Service of Georgetown University. In 2010, she started teaching political science at Northwestern University. After graduating from her Ph.D. in 2013, she became an Assistant Professor in the Liberal Arts program at the university. She has also been teaching interdisciplinary courses and political science.
Jocelyn Sage Mitchell encourages the inclusion of students in her projects, and she hires undergraduate research assistants for her grant proposals. She also works one-on-one with them to share their ideas. In addition, she encourages them to develop their research skills and welcomes their expertise.
Jocelyn’s undergraduates have presented their work at various international conferences, won awards, and received summer research grants. Outside of the classroom, Mitchell also encourages students to reach their academic goals. Jocelyn’s students have participated in various postgraduate programs at prominent universities such as Columbia University, Northwestern University, and Georgetown University.
Throughout her career, Jocelyn Sage Mitchell has been able to demonstrate her expertise in qualitative and quantitative research, as well as in communication and political analysis. She has raised over $1 million in grants for her various projects, such as those focused on women’s empowerment and national museums. As a professional, she enjoys working in diverse environments where she can exchange ideas.
Mitchell regularly shares her knowledge with the public through media appearances, which include interviews with Al-Jazeera and Monocle. She has given over 80 presentations and 60 lectures to various audiences, such as community groups, diplomats, and general audiences.
Over 20 academic pieces have been published by Jocelyn Sage Mitchell, including book chapters, encyclopedias, and peer-reviewed articles. She is also an active member of her local community and enjoys spending time with her family at her parents’ lake in Maine.
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