Pardee School faculty announced the winners of the Academic Excellence Awards, the Ambassador Herman Eilts Thesis Awards, and the Carole A. Chandler Student Citizenship Award during the school’s virtual convocation.
Dean Najam discussed the importance of interdisciplinarity in global leadership and how the Pardee School is an “experiment in leadership, both global and interdisciplinary.”
Professor Mahesh Karra’s new research on public perception of the future expansion of Medicare and Medicaid has been published.
The Pardee School’s Center for Latin American Studies announced the winners of its Latin American Studies Essay contest.
Jeremy Menchik was recently promoted to Associate Professor with Tenure at the Pardee School.
The new initiative will explore the ongoing processes of decolonization through studying borders, borderlands, partitions, identities, race, citizenship, and political violence.
Professor Igor Lukes and Professor William Grimes have been awarded the 2020 Gerald and Deanne Gitner Family Prize for Faculty Excellence at the BU Pardee School.
The Pardee School recognizes and honors the achievements of its outstanding students in announcing the 2020 Pardee School Annual Award winners.
The Pardee School began celebrating the achievements of the Class of 2020 with a first set of events for Pardee Dean’s Ambassadors and for graduate students. The in-person convocation, now postponed, will be held in conjunction with the university commencement.
Congratulations to the recipients of the Lynda Gilman Graduate Travel Awards, Graduate Travel Grants, and Keylor Undergraduate Travel Grants.
Kindness Week is a yearly celebration of something that happens every day at the Pardee School.
The Pardee School of Global Studies hosted Veterans Day commemoration sponsored by the Boston University Veterans Association.
The Dean’s Advisory Board serves as a sounding board for the Pardee School Dean on the most important matters facing the school.
The 233 undergraduates and 58 graduate students joined more than 9,000 alumni from programs currently under the purview of the Pardee School.
The focus of the retreat was to plan for the new academic year and discuss the long-term strategic goals and priorities of the school.
The annual Career Advance included team-building activities and career-planning advice.
The Frederick S. Pardee School for Global Studies at Boston University invites applications for three new faculty positions.
The Institute for the Study of Muslim Societies and Civilizations will become a special program within the Institute on Culture, Religion, and World Affairs at the Pardee School.
The Frederick S. Pardee School of Global Studies is pleased to welcome five new faculty members.
The Pardee School of Global Studies celebrated its 2019 Convocation at the Walter Brown Arena on Saturday, May 19.