Salma Mousa is a scholar of migration, conflict, and social cohesion. Working primarily in majority-Muslim societies, Salma typically partners with local governments and NGOs to explore these topics. Salma received her PhD in Political Science from Stanford University in 2020, and was a post-doctoral fellow at Stanford University’s Immigration Policy Lab, and Center for Democracy, Development, and the Rule of Law in 2020-21. Her research has been published in Science and the American Political Science Review, and covered by The Economist and PBS NOVA, among others.
- Ph.D.: Stanford University, 2020
- B.A.: Georgetown University in Qatar, 2012