national humanities medal
american academy of arts and sciences
nobel prize
presidential medal of freedom
national medal of science
Kiron K. Skinner
Kiron K. Skinner
w. glenn campbell research fellow
member of the task force on energy policy
member, military history working group
member, arctic security initiative

Expertise: American foreign policy, international relations theory, international security

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Kiron K. Skinner is the W. Glenn Campbell Research Fellow at the Hoover Institution, Stanford University. At Carnegie Mellon University, she is founding director of the Center for International Relations and Politics; director of the Institute for Strategic Analysis; university adviser on national security policy; and associate professor of political science. Her areas of expertise are international relations, US foreign policy, and political strategy. Since 2004, she has served on the Chief of Naval Operations’ Executive Panel. In 2010, Skinner was appointed to the advisory board of the George W. Bush Oral History Project. In 2012, Pennsylvania governor Tom Corbett appointed Skinner to his Advisory Commission on African American Affairs. Skinner’s coauthored books Reagan, in His Own Hand and Reagan, a Life in Letters were New York Times best sellers. Her opinion pieces appear in leading newspapers and national online outlets.

Last updated on November 20, 2013