On May 30, the Frederick S. Pardee Center for the Study of the Longer-Range Future welcomed its 2017 class of Graduate Summer Fellows.
The eight Boston University graduate students, representing six different academic departments, will spend the next 10 weeks in residence at the Pardee House developing research papers on a wide range of topics for consideration in the Pardee Center’s publication series. Over the course of the program, the Summer Fellows will participate in special programs designed to advance interdisciplinary research and learning, and will have weekly lunch discussions with Pardee Center Faculty Research Fellows and Associates. In the first week, they will have an orientation, a writing and communications workshop, and a welcome social.
Click here to meet this year’s Fellows and to read about their research topics.