Sam Dorison is currently pursuing an MSc in Security Studies at University College London, where he is a 2012 Marshall Scholar. His coursework includes issues relating to terrorism as well as topics in political economy. In his previous position at Harvard Kennedy School, he focused on US politics, nuclear proliferation, and issues concerning Afghanistan and Pakistan. He has also worked in McKinsey & Company’s public sector practice in Washington, DC, and at the human rights law firm Appeal for Justice, which represents detainees held at Guantánamo Bay. With Appeal for Justice, he twice visited Guantánamo to interview detainees. In 2011, Sam graduated Phi Beta Kappa and summa cum laude from Princeton University’s Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs. He received the School’s prize for best thesis on US foreign policy for his work titled ‘Counting the Days: Factors Influencing Length of Detention at Guantánamo Bay’.
- Speaker Samuel Dorison
- Talk title From Guantánamo to Global Warming: Questioning Opinions
- Category 2013 speaker
- Date February 8th, 2013