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1 R. Charli Carpenter University of Massachusetts-Amherst Department of Political Science mobile: (413) Thompson Tower, 200 Hicks Way office: (413) Amherst, MA ACADEMIC APPOINTMENTS 2013-Present: Professor University of Massachusetts-Amherst, Department of Political Science, Amherst, MA : Associate Professor University of Massachusetts-Amherst, Department of Political Science, Amherst, MA : Assistant Professor University of Massachusetts-Amherst, Department of Political Science, Amherst, MA : Assistant Professor University of Pittsburgh, Graduate School of Public and International Affairs, Pittsburgh, PA : Visiting Instructor Drake University, Department of Politics and IR, Des Moines, IA DOCTORAL EDUCATION Ph.D., University of Oregon, Department of Political Science, 2003 Major Field: International Relations Minor Fields: Comparative Politics, Political Theory Dissertation: Innocent Women and Children : Gender, Norms and the Protection of Civilians Dissertation Chair: Dr. Ronald Mitchell PUBLICATIONS Books Lost Causes: Agenda-Setting and Agenda-Vetting in Global Issue Networks. Ithaca: Cornell University Press, forthcoming Forgetting Children Born of War: Setting the Human Rights Agenda in Bosnia and Beyond. New York: Columbia University Press, Born of War: Protecting Children of Sexual Violence Survivors in Conflict Zones, edited by Charli Carpenter. San Francisco, CA: Kumarian Press, Innocent Women and Children: Gender, Norms and the Protection of Civilians. London: Ashgate Press, 2006.

2 Refereed Journal Articles Explaining the Advocacy Agenda: Insights from the Human Security Network. With Sirin Duygulu, Alex Montgomery and Anna Rapp. Forthcoming in International Organization, Winter Security or Human Security? Civil-Military Relations in Battlestar Galactica. With Hrvoje Cvijanovic and Wesley Mason. In Iver Neumann ed, Battlestar Galactica and International Relations, Routledge Press, You Talk of Terrible Things So Matter-of-Factly in This Language of Science : Constructing Human Rights in the Academy. Perspectives on Politics.10(2) (Summer 2012) Transnational Networks in Real and Virtual Space: The Case of Women, Peace and Security. With Betcy Jose. Global Networks, 12(4) (Fall 2012) Vetting the Advocacy Agenda: Networks, Centrality and the Paradox of Weapons Norms. In International Organization, Vol 65, No. 1 (Winter 2011) IR 2.0: New Media for an Old Profession. Co-authored with Daniel Drezner. In International Studies Perspectives, Vol. 11, No. 3 (Fall 2010). A Fresh Crop of Human Misery : Representations of Bosnian War Babies in the Global Print Media, In Millennium: Journal of International Studies, Vol. 38, No. 1 (Fall 2009) Serious Games for Serious Times: Pax Warrior in the Global Affairs Classroom. Journal of Information Technology and Politics, Vol. 1, No. 2 (Spring 2008). Forum: Mainstreaming Gender into the International Relations Curriculum. In International Studies Perspectives. Vol. 8, No. 3 (Summer 2007). Studying Issue (Non)-Adoption in Transnational Networks. International Organization. Vol. 61, No. 3. (Summer 2007). Setting the Advocacy Agenda: Issues and Non-Issues Around Children and Armed Conflict. International Studies Quarterly, Vol. 51, No. 1 (March 2007). Recognizing Gender-Based Violence Against Civilian Men and Boys in Conflict Zones, in Security Dialogue, Vol. 27, No. 1 (June 2006). Women, Children and Other Vulnerable Groups : Gender, Strategic Frames, and the Protection of Civilians as a Transnational Issue in International Studies Quarterly, Vol. 49, No. 2 (June 2005). Some Other Conceptual Problems: A Reply to Winter, Thompson and Jeffrey s Critique of the U.N. s Approach to Harmful Traditional Practices in International Journal of Feminist Politics, Vol. 6, No. 2 (Summer 2004). Stirring Gender into the Mainstream: Feminism, Constructivism and the Uses of Theory, in International Studies Review, Vol. 5, No. 2, (Summer 2003).

3 Women and Children First : Gender, Norms and Humanitarian Evacuation in the Balkans, in International Organization, Vol. 57, No. 4, (Fall 2003). Reprinted in International Security and Conflict, edited by Bruce Russett. London: Ashgate, Gender Theory in World Politics: Contributions of a Non-Feminist Standpoint in International Studies Review, Vol. 4, No. 3, (Fall 2002). Book Chapters and Non-Refereed Publications Fighting the Laws of War: Protecting Civilians in Asymmetric Conflicts. Foreign Affairs, March/April Governing the Global Agenda: Gatekeepers and Issue Adoption in Transnational Advocacy Networks. In Who Governs the Globe? edited by Martha Finnemore, Deborah Avant and Susan Sell. Cambridge University Press, The Enemy We Seek to Destroy, in Evoking Genocide, edited by Adam Jones. Key Press: Orphaned Again? Children Born of Wartime Rape as a Non-Issue for the Human Rights Network, in The International Struggle for New Human Rights, edited by Clifford Bob. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, Geneva 2.0, in The National Interest, Summer Gender, Ethnicity and Children s Human Rights: Theorizing Babies Born of Rape and Exploitation. In Born of War, edited by Charli Carpenter. Bloomfield, CT: Kumarian Press. Protecting Children Born of War. In Born of War, edited by Charli Carpenter. Bloomfield, CT: Kumarian Press Beyond Gendercide : Operationalizing Gender in Comparative Genocide Studies in International Journal of Human Rights, Vol. 6, No. 4, (Winter 2002). Reprinted in Beyond Gendercide : Operationalizing Gender in Comparative Genocide Studies, in Gendercide and Genocide, edited by Adam Jones. Nashville: Vanderbilt University Press Forced Maternity, Children's Rights and the Genocide Convention in Journal of Genocide Research, Vol. 2, No. 2, (July 2000). Surfacing Children: Limitations of Genocidal Rape Discourse in Human Rights Quarterly Vol. 22, No. 2, (May 2000). Reprinted in Women s Human Rights: A Human Rights Quarterly Reader, edited by Bert Lockwood. Baltimore: John Hopkins University Press Book Reviews Carol Harrington, The Politicization of Sexual Violence (Ashgate Press: 2009) in Perspectives. Michael Wessels, Child Soldiers: From Violence to Prevention (Cambridge University Press:

4 2007) in Journal of Genocide Research. Dyan Mazurana, Angela Raven-Roberts and Jane Parpart, Gender, Conflict and Peacekeeping (Rowman and Littlefield Press: 2005) in Journal of Genocide Research (Summer 2006) Ellen Gruenbaum, The Female Circumcision Controversy: An Anthropological Perspective (Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press 2001) in Human Rights Quarterly (August 2001). WORKS UNDER REVIEW OR IN PROGRESS Books Body Counts: Power, Politics and the Social Construction of Casualty Data. In progress. Articles Network Relations and Human Security Norm Development: Agenda-Setting and Agenda- Vetting Around Collateral Damage Control. Prepared for Deborah Avant, ed., The New Power Politics. I ve Seen Terminator Too Many Times : Political/Science/Fiction and the Campaign to Stop Killer Robots. Manuscript in progress. Law, Norms and Global Social Change. Manuscript in progress with Sarah Percy. Global Agenda (Re) Setting: Issue Life Cycles and the Child Soldiers Campaign. Manuscript in progress with Anna Rapp. Under review at Global Networks. GRANTS AND AWARDS External Funding August 2007-July 2010 ($647,000): National Science Foundation Human and Social Dynamics Initiative, for data collection, coding and analysis of advocacy websites, surveys, focus groups and interviews with human rights advocates to explore variation in issue adoption within the human rights network.

5 July 2007-September 2008 ($67,463): National Science Foundation Law and Social Sciences grant, to study international criminal law norm creation. September 2004-August 2005 ($99,397): National Science Foundation Human and Social Dynamics Exploratory Grant, to conduct research on the humanitarian response to children born as a result of wartime sexual violence. November 2003-April 2005: John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation Research and Writing Grant ($73,000), to conduct research on the humanitarian response to children born of forced pregnancy in the Balkans. October 2003 ($5,000): International Studies Association Workshop Grant, to organize an interdisciplinary workshop on Gender, Ethnicity and Children s Human Rights: Theorizing Babies Born of Wartime Sexual Violence at the 2004 Annual Conference of the International Studies Association, Montreal, Canada. Internal Funding March, 2007: ($2,000) University of Pittsburgh University Center for International Studies Hewlett Award, to conduct interviews in the Hague. February, 2007: ($1500) University of Pittsburgh Graduate School of Public and International Affairs Small Research Grant, to pay for travel to present research on advocacy networks in Amsterdam. December, 2006: ($2,000) University of Pittsburgh Women s Studies Faculty Research Award, to study the relationship between online and real-space transnational advocacy around women s human rights. March, 2006: ($3,423) University of Pittsburgh Graduate School of Public and International Affairs Small Research Grant, to pay for student research assistance with field work in the former Yugoslavia. November, 2005-August 2006: ($2,000) University of Pittsburgh Hewlett International Small Research Grant, to code and analyze transcripts from a series of focus groups with humanitarian practitioners. July 2005-July 2007: ($15,881) University of Pittsburgh Central Research Development Fund Junior Faculty Award, to complete field work in the former Yugoslavia and Western Europe on the humanitarian response to children born as a result of rapes in the Bosnian war. May-July 2005 ($7,000): University of Pittsburgh Graduate School of Public and International Affairs Seed Grant, to conduct field work in Britain on the humanitarian response to Bosnian children born as a result of wartime rape.

6 September 2003-December 2003 ($4,125): Stephen Wasby Dissertation Fellowship, for living expenses incurred while completing the dissertation. May 2002-May 2003: Jane Grant Dissertation Fellowship ($10,000), Center for the Study of Women in Society, for living expenses incurred while writing the dissertation. April 2002: Stephen Wasby Dissertation Research Grant ($1,250), University of Oregon Graduate School, for archival research at the U.N. pertaining to the dissertation. September 2001: Travel Grant Award ($300), American Political Science Association, to present Innocent Women and Children: Gender in Discourses of Humanitarian Intervention at the APSA Annual Conference, San Francisco, CA. June 2001: Research Support Grant ($2,500), Center for the Study of Women in Society, for preparation of a report on gender and humanitarian intervention, $2500. May 2001: Travel Grant Award ($280), Center for the Study of Women in Society, for a paper on gender and genocide presented at the Association of Genocide Scholars Conference, Minneapolis MN. Proposals Now Being Drafted or Under Review Charli Carpenter and Sarah Percy. Norm Death in International Law. Submitting to the NSF Law and Social Sciences Program, December Charli Carpenter. Body Counts and International Law. Submitting to the NSF Law and Social Sciences Program, August CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS October, 2013: I ve Seen Terminator Too Many Times : Political/Science/Fiction and the Campaign to Stop Killer Robots. Presenting at the ISSS/ISAC Conference, Washington DC. March, 2013: Network Relations and Human Security Norm Development: Agenda-Setting and Agenda-Vetting Around Collateral Damage Control. Presented at the International Studies Association Annual Conference, San Diego. March, 2012: Network Relations and Human Security Norm Development: Agenda-Setting and Agenda-Vetting Around Collateral Damage Control ; Transnational Politics, Information Technology and International Relations, Security or Human Security? Presented at the International Studies Association Annual Conference, San Diego. November, 2011: Security or Human Security? Civil-Military Relations in Battlestar Galactica. Presented at the ISA-Northeast Conference, Providence, RI. March, 2011: Explaining the Advocacy Agenda: Insights from Human Security Practitioners; Cyborgs, Zombies and International Relations. Presented at the International Studies Association Annual Conference, Montreal. May, 2010: Vetting the Advocacy Agenda: Networks, Centrality and the Paradox of Weapons

7 Norms. Presented at the Networks in Political Science Conference, Duke University. February, 2010: Vetting the Advocacy Agenda: Networks, Centrality and the Paradox of Weapons Norms. Presented at the International Studies Association Annual Conference.

8 February, 2009: Agenda-Vetting in Transnational Networks. Presented at the International Studies Association Annual Conference. August, 2008: Security Ethics in the Global War on Terror: Political Rhetoric and Reality in the Guantanamo Detainee Debate. At the American Political Science Association Annual Conference, Boston MA. June, 2008: Assessing Virtual Issue Networks: Transnational Advocacy in Real and Cyber- Space. At the Networks in Political Science Conference, Harvard University. March, 2008: Assessing Virtual Issue Networks: Transnational Advocacy in Real- and Cyberspace. At the International Studies Association Annual Conference, San Francisco. July, 2007: A Fresh Crop of Human Misery : Representations of Bosnia s Rape Babies in the Global Press At the Biennial Meeting of the International Association of Genocide Scholars, Sarajevo, Bosnia-Herzegovina. June, 2007: Assessing Virtual Issue Networks: Transnational Advocacy in Real- and Cyberspace. At the New Network Theory Conference, University of Amsterdam. February, 2007: Explaining Issue Non-Emergence in Transnational Advocacy Networks at the International Studies Association Annual Meeting in Chicago, IL. September, 2006: Measuring Constitutive Effects: The Social Construction of the Civilian at the American Political Science Association Annual Meeting in Philadelphia, PA. June, 2006: Protecting Babies Born in Captivity and their Girl Mothers at the Joint Ford Institute of Human Security/Peace Research Institute of Oslo conference on Building Knowledge About Child Soldiers, Oslo, Norway. September, 2005: Norms, Networks and International Agenda-Setting: Issues and Non-Issues Around Children and Armed Conflict, at the American Political Science Association Annual Conference, Washington DC. March, 2005: Networks, Norms and International Agenda-Setting: War-Affected Children as a Category in International Society at the International Studies Association Annual Conference, Honolulu, HI. March, 2004: Gender, Ethnicity and Children s Human Rights: Theorizing Babies Born of Wartime Sexual Violence and Exploitation, presenting at the ISA Workshop on War Babies, Montreal, Quebec. March, 2004: Recognizing Gender-Based Violence Against Men and Boys in Conflict Situations, presenting at the International Studies Association Annual Meeting, Montreal, Quebec.

9 October 2003: Reframing Vulnerability : Gender and Gender Mainstreaming in Humanitarian Assistance at the International Studies Association West Annual Conference, Las Vegas, NV. August 2003: Women and Children First: Gender, Norms and Humanitarian Evacuation in the Balkans at the American Political Science Association Centennial Meeting, Philadelphia, PA. June 2003: Gender, Genocide and Humanitarianism: Reconsidering the 1993 Evacuation of Srebrenica at the International Association of Genocide Scholars Conference, Galway, Ireland. March 2003: Gender, Constructivism and International Norms at the Western Political Science Association Annual Conference, Denver, CO. February 2003: Women and Children First: Gender Norms and Humanitarian Evacuation in the Balkans at the International Studies Association Annual Conference, Portland OR. August 2002: Innocent Women and Children: Gender and Civilian Protection in International Society at the American Political Science Association Annual Conference, Boston MA. September 2001: Innocent Women and Children : Gender in Discourses of Humanitarian Intervention at the American Political Science Association Annual Conference, San Francisco, CA. June 2001: Beyond Gendercide : Operationalizing Gender in Comparative Genocide Studies, at the Association of Genocide Scholars Bi-Annual Conference, Minneapolis, MN. February 2001: Gender Theory in World Politics: Contributions of a Non-Feminist Standpoint, at the International Studies Association Conference, Chicago, IL. September 2000: Assessing and Addressing the Needs of Children Born of Forced Maternity, at the International Conference on War-Affected Children, Winnipeg, Canada. March 2000: Why an International Criminal Court? Testing Hypotheses on the Origins of Human Rights Regimes, at the Western Political Science Association Conference, San Jose, CA. INVITED TALKS : Gender, War and the Protection of Civilians. Presenting at University of Oregon and University of Bergen : Lost Causes: Agenda-Setting and Agenda-Vetting in Global Issue Networks. Presenting at University of Minnesota, Ohio State University : Explaining the Advocacy Agenda: Insights from the Human Security Network. Presented at University of British Columbia, University of Southern California : Explaining the Advocacy Agenda: Insights from the Human Security Network. Presented at University of Chicago, Georgetown University, George Washington University, University of Washington : Explaining the Advocacy Agenda: Insights from the Human Security Network.

10 Presented at Dalhousie University, University of Pittsburgh, University of Delaware and University of California-Irvine.

11 : Lasers Bad, Landmines Really Bad, Flamethrowers A-OK: Global Agenda-Vetting and the Paradox of Weapons Norms. Presented at Stanford University and Columbia University, George Washington University February, 2009: Bridging Theory and Practice. Presented at the Working Group on Human Rights Workshop, International Studies Association Annual Conference. June 2008: Protecting Children Born of Sexual Violence and Exploitation in Conflict Zones. Presented to the United Nations Office of the Special Representative for Children and Armed Conflict, New York. May, 2008: Transnational Advocacy Networks and Global Agenda-Setting. University of Maryland Department of Political Science. University Park, MD. January, 2008: Issue Adoption in Transnational Networks: The Curious Case of Children and Armed Conflict. University of British Columbia, Liu Institute, Vancouver. October, 2007: Protecting Children Born of Sexual Violence and Exploitation. University of Alberta Department of Political Science, Edmonton. March, Issue Adoption in Transnational Networks: The Curious Case of Children and Armed Conflict. Carleton University, Department of Political Science, Ottawa. October, 2006: Issue Adoption in Transnational Networks: The Curious Case of Children Born of Genocidal Rape at Yale University s Genocide Studies Program. October, 2006: Reconsidering Diversity. Keynote Address, Penn State McKeesport Multi- Cultural Week. October, 2005: Transnational Networks and Global Agenda-Setting: The Case of Children and Armed Conflict, at Drexel University, Philadelphia. May, 2005: Considerations Regarding U.N. Responsibility to Children Born as a Result of Sexual Exploitation in Conflict Zones, at the U.N. Task Force for Protection from Sexual Exploitation and Abuse, New York. May, 2005: Protecting Children Born of Wartime Rape in Conflict Zones, at UNICEF s Global Policy Section and Capacity-Building Consultation, New York. April, 2005: War s Impact on Children Born of Rape and Exploitation. Brown Bag Presentation at the United Nations Children s Emergency Fund (UNICEF) Innocenti Research Centre, Florence, Italy. April, 2004: War s Impact on Children Born of Rape and Sexual Exploitation, at the Impact of War on Children Conference, University of Alberta, Edmonton, Canada.

12 July 2003: Mainstreaming Men: Using Gender Analysis to Understand Men s and Boys Vulnerabilities in War-Affected Regions, at the Summer Seminar on Gender, Peacebuilding and Development, American University, Washington DC. April 2003: Women s Human Rights in Wartime, at the National Lawyers Guild Workshop on Human Rights in a Time of War, Drake University Legal Clinic, Des Moines, IA. February 2003: Gender, Norms and the Protection of Civilians, at the Center for the Study of Women in Society, University of Oregon, Eugene, OR. April 2001: Gender Constituting Humanitarianism, at the Center for International Security and Cooperation Workshop on Gender, War and the Military, Stanford University, CA. March 2001: Gender and Human Rights at the United States Institute of Peace Faculty Workshop on Ethnic Conflict, Drake University, Des Moines, IA. September 2000: Assessing and Addressing the Needs of Children Born of Forced Maternity, at the International Conference on War-Affected Children, Winnipeg, Canada. TEACHING RESPONSIBILITIES Department of Politics and International Relations, Drake University Undergraduate: Introduction to World Politics; Laws of War; Political Terrorism; International Environmental Politics Graduate School of Public and International Affairs, University of Pittsburgh Graduate: Global Governance; Gender and International Security; Humanitarian Affairs; Rules of War; International Politics of Human Rights Department of Political Science, University of Massachusetts-Amherst Undergraduate: Introduction to World Politics; Rules of War Graduate: Global Agenda-Setting; Seminar in IR Theory, Human Security PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES Consulting Fall 2005: Consultant, UNICEF Global Policy Section. Authored a UN background paper and assisted in preparing the agenda for a global meeting on the protection needs of children born as a result of wartime rape or exploitation. Summer 2004: Consultant, UNICEF Bosnia-Herzegovina. Coordinated a fact-finding project entitled Children Born of Wartime Violence in Bosnia-Herzegovina: A Preliminary Investigation.

13 Outside Service 2013-present: Editorial Board Member, International Organization 2010-present: Editorial Board Member, Review of International Studies 2008: Member, Technical Advisory Board to UNICEF Fact-Finding Study in DRC : Advisory Council, International Association of Genocide Scholars present: Advisory Board, Political Networks Section of the APSA present: Editorial Board Member, Genocide Studies and Prevention : Editorial Team Member, International Studies Association Compendium Project present: Editorial Board Member, Journal of Information Technology and Politics. 2005: Organized and chaired a roundtable entitled Mainstreaming Gender in International Relations Teaching at the International Studies Association Annual Conference, San Diego, CA. 2004: Organizer, International Studies Association Panel on Human Rights of Children Born of Wartime Rape and Sexual Exploitation for the 2005 conference in Honolulu : Elections and Bylaws Committees, International Association of Genocide Scholars. 2003: Co-organizer, International Studies Association Panel on War and Gender-Based Violence for the 2004 conference in Montreal. February 1999 and 2000: Organizer/Panel Chair, Women s Rights and Children s Rights at the Annual Human Rights Law Conference, University of Oregon School of Law. University Service : Graduate Admissions Director, UMass Department of Political Science : Graduate Admissions Director, UMass Department of Political Science : Co-Convener, ISSR Junior Faculty Grants-writing Workshop Fall 2011: Graduate Program Director, UMass Department of Political Science : Graduate Admissions Committee, UMass Department of Political Science : Chair, Search Committee, UMass Department of Political Science : Co-Chair, Search Committee, UMass Department of Political Science : Speakers and Events Committee, UMass Department of Political Science

14 : Graduate Studies Committee, UMass Department of Political Science : IPE Search Committee, UMass Department of Political Science

15 : IR Search Committee, UMass Department of Political Science 2008-present: Co-Convenor, Governance and Institutions Workshop, UMass Polisci Dept : University Senate Benefits and Welfare Committee, University of Pittsburgh : Merit Review Committee (2 yrs), Human Security Search Committee, Faculty Advisory Committee, Curriculum Committee, GSPIA, University of Pittsburgh : Women s Studies Graduate Award Committee, University of Pittsburgh : Hewlett Award Committee, University of Pittsburgh Development June, 2010: Attended a Training Workshop on Network Analysis Methods, Bloomington IN. May, 2007: Attended the Provost s Faculty Diversity Seminar, University of Pittsburgh. June, 2004: Attended a Sensitization Training on Interviewing Trauma Survivors and their Children at Medica Zenica in Zenica, Bosnia-Herzegovina. September 2002: Attended the Training Seminar on International Humanitarian Law for University Teachers at the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) in Geneva, Switzerland. June 2002: Attended a Faculty Workshop on Teaching Values and Ethics at Drake University. June 2002: Attended a Faculty Workshop on Globalizing Women s Studies Drake University. May 2002: Attended the Seminar on the Protection of Civilians at the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) in Geneva, Switzerland. PROFESSIONAL ASSOCIATIONS American Political Science Association Council on Foreign Relations International Studies Association American Federation of Teachers International Association of Genocide Scholars American Association of University Women Academic Council of the United Nations American Society of International Law

16 REFERENCES Professor Robert Keohane Woodrow Wilson School Princeton University 408 Robertson Hall Princeton, NH Phone: (609) Professor Michael Barnett Humphrey Institute of Public Affairs 261 Humphrey Center th Ave., S Minneapolis MN Phone: (612) Professor Ronald Mitchell Department of Political Science 1284 University of Oregon Eugene OR Phone: (541) Professor Andy Knight Department of Political Science HM Tory Building University of Alberta Edmonton, AB T6G 2H4 Canada Phone: (780) Professor Alexander Cooley Barnard College, Columbia University 414 Leman Hall, 3009 Broadway New York, NY Phone: (212) Professor Martha Finnemore Elliot School of International Affairs George Washington University 1957 E Street, NW Suite 501 Washington, D.C Phone: (202) Professor Richard Price Department of Political Science University of British Columbia Buchanan C415, 1866 Main Mall Vancouver, BC Canada V6T 1Z1 Phone: (604) Professor James Ron Associate Professor of International Affairs NPSIA, Carleton University Ottawa, Canada Phone: (613) Professor Jack Snyder School of International and Public Affairs Columbia University International Affairs Building, Room 1327 New York, NY, Phone: Professor Jack Donnelly GSIS, University of Denver 2201 South Gaylord Street Denver, CO Phone: (303)

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