Kristina Hook, a former Kellogg doctoral student and PhD fellow, has accepted a position as research assistant professor at George Mason University's Jimmy and Rosalynn Carter School for Peace and Conflict Resolution, known until earlier this year as the School for Conflict Analysis and Resolution. She will concurrently serve as executive director of the Better Evidence Project in the Center for Peacemaking Practice.

Hook received her PhD in anthropology and peace studies in May.

“I recognize how impactful my affiliation with the Kellogg Institute was during my five years as a PhD student,” she said. “I'm very thankful for the many events, conversations, and grants that supported my development as a scholar, ultimately preparing me for this next step.”