Professor of Political Science and International Studies
Director for Intercultural Education
In 2012, Dr. Krutky received the Exemplary Teacher Award. This award, co-sponsored by The Ohio General Board of Higher Education and Ministry of the United Methodist Church, recognizes a full-time faculty member who exhibits excellence in teaching, civility and concern for students and colleagues, commitment to value-centered education and service to students, the institution and the community.
Dr. Judy Krutky
--- Senior Thesis Presentation in Washington D.C., “Managing 21st Century Asymmetric Conflict in Culturally Complicated Societies: Lessons from Iraq,” manuscript presented at U.S. Air Force Conflict Management Symposium, Johns Hopkins/SAIS, September 2010.
--- Panel Presentation at Tiffin University (March 2010) – Five students participated in a conference on National Security Challenges for American Foreign Policy. Their panel presentation entitled, “21st Century National Security Changes: Evaluating Threats & Gauging Securitization” included paper presentations on the threat of stateless actors to post 9/11 U.S. security; on the global threat posed by failing sates; on the role of paramilitaries and other non-states armed actors in Colombia; on the spread of HIV/AIDS and U.S. security in Africa; and on the threat of human trafficking to state security.
---With Michael Weidokal, Executive Director, International Strategic Analysis - Spring 2012, Fall 2011, Spring 2011
---With Dennis Kucinich, U.S. House of Representatives - Fall 2009
---With Sherrod Brown, U.S. Senator - Fall 2010
---With Building Hope in the City (nonprofit) - Fall 2010
Supervised Ovation Presentations
Two group of students from the INT Capstone Seminar presented their research projects at Ovation 2011. The topics were: Ongoing Challenges for American Foreign Policy in the Middle East; Friends or Foes, Ongoing Military Struggles in Latin America.