Political Science & Criminal Justice
School of Arts and Letters
Dlynn Armstrong-Williams, M.A., Ph.D.
Associate Professor of Political Science, Center for Global Engagement Director
|Office: 318 Hansford Hall
Dr. Dlynn Williams came to North Georgia in 1997. Her graduate work focused on: international security, East Asian politics, comparative foreign policy and international relations theory. Throughout her time at North Georgia, Dr. Williams has received teaching awards and been recognized for her internationalization efforts throughout the state. She serves as North Georgia's representative to the System Council on International Education and the System Study Abroad Committee. Due to her strong interest in internationalization she serves as the Director of the Center for Global Engagement (CGE) as well as a faculty member in the Department of Political Science and Criminal Justice. For more information about the CGE and its activities please visit: http://www.northgeorgia.edu/CGE/.
As the most senior faculty member in International Affairs, Dr. Williams has been active in the creation of the international affairs major and currently teaches the following courses within the major: International Relations Theory, Comparative Security Issues, and International Political Violence which is part of the MAIA degree program.
Dr. Williams enjoys spending time with her family, travel and food from all over the world.