PhD alumnus Nicole Maillette won the international prize from the Centre Francais de Recherche sur le Renseignement (French Centre for Intelligence Research) for her dissertation titled “The Canadian Terrorist Gravity Model: The Development of a Dynamic Model which can be utilized in predicting Violent Islamic Radicalization.”

This marks the first International prize from Centre Francais de Recherche for ISM. Learn more about Centre Francais de Recherche sur le Renseignement and the award here.

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