Sandra Faith Jones

Lecturer and Executive Director of Global Programs

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Office: Irving Schneider and Family Building (Heller School) 106
Phone: 781-736-8575
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Social Psychology and Social Identity, Research Methods, Genocide Prevention, Technology, International Relations, International Law


  • HS 218a - Coexistence and Conflict Field Practicum
  • HS 227f - Coexistence Monitoring and Evaluation
  • HS 230a - SID Field Practicum Course
  • HS 230f - Coexistence Research Methods


  • George Mason University
  • Arcadia University
  • Arcadia University

Sandra Faith Jones

Lecturer and Executive Director of Global Programs


Sandra Jones is the Executive Director of Global Programs at the Heller School for Social Policy and Management at Brandeis University. Her background includes 7 years in technology and 15 years in the field of conflict resolution with an emphasis on social psychology and social identity, genocide studies, and the creation of experiential learning programs in post conflict regions. Her research focuses on the social identity of conflict generated diaspora, particularly those whom are victims of ongoing political violence in their home and host countries. She also has research interests in the social psychology of politically influential fringe online communities and the future of technology in the conflict resolution field.

Sandra holds a PhD in Conflict Analysis and Resolution from George Mason University.


  • Kachuyevski, Angela & Jones, Sandra. "Bringing Theory to Life Through Field Study." International Studies Perspectives 12. 4 (2015): 447-456.