Lynette E. Sieger is a doctoral student at the Division of Global Affairs, Rutgers University-Newark. She is research assistant to the director of the Division of Global Affairs, Dr. Jean-Marc Coicaud.
Sieger spent the summer of 2014 in Paris, France at the Institut d’études politiques de Paris (Sciences Po) as a visiting Ph.D. researcher at the Centre for International Studies and Research (CERI). She holds an MA from the Gallatin School, New York University with a concentration in Global Justice and Ethics, pursued through the departments of philosophy, politics, and the School of Law and was the recipient of the Richard J. Koppenaal Scholarship Award for her masters studies.
She received her BA in philosophy from Westminster College. Sieger's professional experience includes the position of analyst/researcher under the principal investigator, Dr. Patty Chang, for the United Nations Office of Internal Oversight Services, working paper "Meta-Evaluation of the Effectiveness, Impact, and Relevance of United Nations Peace Operations". She served as an editorial associate for the double volume Encyclopedia of Global Justice under the chief editor Dr. Deen Chatterjee and is a former editorial intern for Carnegie Council's journal, Ethics & International Affairs.
Appointed by Global Ethics Fellow Jean Marc Coicaud, Rutgers University.
Last Updated: July 31, 2017