“NRC is the gold standard for humanitarian assistance and I am delighted to be joining the distinguished members of the NRC-USA board to help support the organization’s work on behalf of the world’s most vulnerable people.”
As part of her fellowship, Professor Nolan will conduct research that explores how Guatemala became a leading “sender” country for children.
Brulé’s study aims to see if “peer-mentorship groups that match experienced, active female sarpanches with first-time female sarpanches” are able to “improve the political agency of female politicians” specifically in the Indian state of Maharashtra.
The IS4, sponsored by the Sydney Southeast Asia Centre, will bring together social science experts from across the globe to discuss pressing issues facing Indonesia.
Professor Hefner will lead the United States’ main sponsor and clearing house for research on and in Indonesia for a three year term.
The two-year project will be the first effort in several decades to rigorously assess the international consequences of political fragmentation in nuclear actors
Created by Massachusetts law, the commission is charged with conducting a study of facial recognition’s use in the commonwealth and making policy recommendations
Dean Najam joins the the Institute whose mission is to bring scientific rigor and systemic vision to critical environmental and social issues.
“In Europe, to be named Honorary Professor is one of the most prestigious awards a University can grant to someone who is not a member of their faculty”
Professor Ferretti will assume the role of VP, Office of Compliance Advisor Ombudsman (CAO) on or around January 1, 2021.
Professor Karra joins the journal, which publishes public health, social science, and biomedical research with a primary focus on developing countries.
Signs is the leading international journal in women’s and gender studies.
Professor Lori presented during four sperate panels during the American Political Science Association 2020 annual meeting.
Professor Brulé is among the 28 scholars and professionals selected for the fourth class of Truman-Governance Fellows.
Academic, author, journalist, and avid skier Professor H. Joachim Maître, passed away on August 22, 2020.
We offer our warmest welcomes to Professors Jonathan Greenacre, Andrei Mamolea, and Mark C. Storella.
Prof. Nolan will serve in the role starting with the October edition of Harper’s Magazine, the oldest general-interest monthly in America.
Beloved professor, colleague and Russia expert, Pardee School Professor Emeritus Uri Ra’anan died on August 10, 2020.
Robert Jackson, Professor Emeritus of International Relations and Political Science at the Pardee School, recently passed away after a battle with cancer.
Prof. Manjari Miller was recently awarded an Applied History Course Development Grant from the Stanton Foundation.