Gosnell’s doctoral research examines the impact of maritime activity in the “High North” on the development of governance and behavior of the five Arctic coastal states and China, a self-declared “near Arctic” state. While in Norway, Gosnell also participated in a Nord University course on “Governance in the High North: Implications for Arctic Private and Public Sectors.” Her participation in the conference and the course helped her to connect with European, Russian, Chinese, and North American scholars and practitioners and informed her doctoral work.
An active duty U.S. Naval officer, Gosnell has served overseas and at the Pentagon. She is currently an instructor at the U.S. Naval Academy and a CISSM Graduate Fellow.
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