• Joseph Campisano


Joseph Campisano is an Accelerated student in Rutgers’ United Nations and Global Policy program. While an undergraduate he double majored in History and Political Science and minored in International and Global Studies. During the summer between his sophomore and junior year, Joseph studied abroad at the University of Sussex in the United Kingdom where he studied national identity and youth culture. At Rutgers, he participated in an Interdisciplinary Research Project focused on Ancient Greece and Egypt, rose to become a lead tutor at the Livingston Writing Center, and became the Vice-President of the Pi Sigma Alpha Honor Society.

Joseph has contributed to a publication in the NI Press under the supervision of Dr. Stacey Pollard at the National Intelligence University and interns at Rutgers Center for Critical Intelligence Studies. He is looking forward to a career in intelligence and foreign policy analysis.

Joseph works and lives by a maxim taught to him by his father: “Your best is good enough, but less than that never will be”