Center for Global Affairs
Dr. Sharon McIntyre's research and practice include policy analysis, public sector ethics, human rights, social change, intercultural communication, interpersonal communication, and various levels of peacebuilding programs (civil society and government). Dr. McIntyre's interests also focus on experiential and applied learning of viable, multi-track peacebuilding theories, models, and practices locally, nationally, and internationally as it applies to ethnic and minority groups. One of her primary interests is the government's implementation of policies regarding the quality of education and the nexus of economic mobility. She has also conducted qualitative research regarding the narratives students receive about 9/11 and the implication for peace and conflict resolution. Dr. McIntyre is a member of the American Society for Public Administration and the Association for Conflict Resolution.