Savannah Titus

Savannah joined Foreign Policy for America in her final semester at Oklahoma State University. She is an experienced researcher with a focus on terrorism studies and has presented both individual and collaborative projects at regional and national  conferences. She is also familiar with data analysis and is proficient in both R and STATA. In the summer of 2016 Savannah was selected as one of ten students to participate in a National Science Foundation funded research program at the University of North Texas where she investigated the effect of drought conditions on terrorism. Through experiences in various media internships and involvement with student organizations, including serving as President of the student chapter of American Chemical Society, she has developed strong leadership and public speaking abilities. Savannah will graduate in May of 2018 with a B.S. in Political Science, a minor in Middle East studies, including one year of Arabic language, and a minor in Chemistry.