Shaun Walsh, Center for Terrorism and Security Studies
Educational BackgroundUniversity of Massachusetts Lowell-Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice
BiosketchShaun Walsh is a graduate student in the Master Degree of Criminal Justice program, with a concentration in Security Studies. Shaun recently began working as a research assistant at the Center for Terrorism and Security Studies. Shaun’s research interests include Multilateral Counterterrorism, Terrorist Networking, and Terrorist Behavior. He is currently working on the Typology of Terrorism Involvement research project under Professor John Horgan. He graduated cum laude from the University of Massachusetts Lowell with a Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice, concentrating in Homeland Security. During his undergraduate career, Shaun spent a semester in Washington DC as a fulltime intern with the United States Marshal Service, through The Washington Center internship program. Shaun was born and raised in Charlestown, Massachusetts and graduated from Boston Latin High School in 2009. He aspires to work in the homeland security and counter terrorism field as an agent for one of the major federal law enforcement agencies.