Jennifer Dabbs Sciubba is a political demographer interested in understanding the impact of societal-level population changes on international and domestic politics. She is currently the Stanley J. Buckman Professor of International Studies at Rhodes College, where she seeks to help students understand how what they are learning plays out in the real world. She serves as chair of the International Studies Association’s Political Demography and Geography section and is president of the Rhodes College chapter of Phi Beta Kappa. From 2006 to 2007, she served as the demographics consultant in the Office of the Secretary of Defense (Policy) in Arlington, Virginia, working on population, environment, and energy issues. Today, she shares her research through her post as a global fellow with the Environmental Change and Security Program at the Wilson Center in Washington, D.C., as a senior fellow with the Atlantic Council, and as a member of the Council on Foreign Relations. She received her doctorate and master’s degree from the University of Maryland and her bachelor’s degree from Agnes Scott College.