Dr. Gregory Dixon
Dr. Dixon teaches courses in international relations. His courses include American Foreign Policy, International Organization, International Law, and International Conflict and Conflict Management, as well as the Department’s introductory International Relations course. He received his Ph.D. from the University of Arizona in 2007.
His research focuses on international conflict management and international institutions. Current research projects include dispute settlement at the World Trade Organization, the impact of economic interdependence on international rivalry, and the role of domestic politics in the success or failure of foreign policy. Dr. Dixon is affiliated with the interdisciplinary Global Studies Program at UWG and is a member of the Graduate Faculty. He serves as the advisor to the Pi Sigma Alpha and Pi Alpha Alpha honor societies and the Campus Libertarian and Campus NORML student organizations.