Kosal Path is originally from Cambodia, where he survived the genocide as a child between 1975 through 1979. Dr. Path graduated Phnom Phen University in Cambodia and later gained his MA and PhD at USC in International Relations. He previously served as a senior researcher with Yale University's Cambodian Genocide Program between 1995 and 1997, and then Deputy Director of the Phnom Penh-based Documentation Center of Cambodia between 1997 and 2000, and more recently as a lecturer in the USC School of International Relations. He teaches International Relations of the Asia-Pacific, Ethnicity & Nationalism in World Politics, and Peace and Conflict Resolution (Cambodia). He is currently a research fellow with the Center for Khmer Studies, and his research focuses on social rehabilitation in post-genocide Cambodia. Dr. Path has led the USC Dornsife College, ‘Problems without Passports’ program to Cambodia on several occasions with USC students who had the opportunity to interview witnesses to the genocide and attend the UN tribunal under his guidance.