Stefanie Kasparek is currently serving as Visiting Assistant Professor at Franklin & Marshall College. 

Stefanie received her Master of Political Science from Temple University and a Master of American Studies, Political Science, and International Law from Eberhard Karls University. At Temple, she is finishing her dissertation, titled 'Behind the Scenes: the UN Security Council’s Decision-Making Procedures." 

Her overall research agenda focuses on international organizations and decision-making processes, with particular interests in how state actors strategically advance their interests through the use of formal and informal governance procedures. 

At Franklin & Marshall College, she teaches classes on international relations, international organizations, issues of war and peace, and research methods. Also, Stefanie has previously served as the Assistant Program Director for the Pennsylvania Public Policy Database Project (2016 to 2020) at Temple University.

Faculty Advisors: Mark A. Pollack and Ryan J. Vander Wielen