Through this scholarship, Professor Mako will have the opportunity to engage with colleagues in Canada as she works to finalize her book on ethnic conflict and institutions in Iraq.
The Adil Najam Prize and Fellowship for Advancing the Public Understanding of Global Affairs is to be awarded annually at the Pardee School Convocation to a faculty member for excellence as a global public scholar and for advancing the public understanding of any international policy issue of major importance in world affairs.
The Templeton Award is given annually to three CAS professors for excellence in advising and is the result of student nominations through the Boston University Office of Student Academic Life.
Professor Nolan’s forthcoming research will focus on three periods of deportation: “Operation Wetback” deportations to Mexico, Drug War-related deportations to the Dominican Republic, and the recent deportations of asylum-seekers to Guatemala and El Salvador.
As the crisis in Ukraine continues to unfold, the Pardee School asked its faculty of leading international affairs scholars and practitioners to share their thoughts on how they believe the leaders of the world – particularly Russia and the U.S. – should act.
As the Jean Monnet Chair in European Security and Defense, Professor Schilde will further the Pardee School’s agenda of preparing students to meet the international challenges of the 21st century through a rigorous and sustained presentation of the EU as a global power with responsibilities over European security, international order, and global security.
The documentary – “Religion in Quarantine: The Covid Pandemic in Indonesia” – traces the response of Indonesia’s diverse religious communities to the COVID-19 pandemic from early 2020 to late 2021.
Professor Walter D. Connor, a scholar who helped pioneer the interdisciplinary study of international relations at Boston University as an integral member of the original Center of International Relations, passed away on January 25, 2022.
Najam previously served on TAF’s Board from 2013-2020 and was re-elected for a third term by the Board of the Foundation. In his role, he will help guide the organization’s mission of improving lives across a dynamic and developing Asia.
Professor Gallagher and Richard Kozul-Wright’s book outlines a set of principles for a new multilateralism and a blueprint for change across three critical areas of global economic governance: the international financial system, trade and investment, and development finance.
As a co-chair of the Task Force, Gallagher will be in charge of the process of calling for policy briefs and organizing various internal as well as external events that ensure the alignment of the T20 and G20 agenda.
As a member of the Council, Professor Gallagher will advise on EXIM’s China and Transformational Exports Program and ensure that the United States continues to strengthen its efforts to keep U.S. exports globally competitive.
In describing Professor Schmidt’s latest book, the APSA IKP Book Award Committee stated, “The political epistemologist will find much of value in Schmidt’s thorough account. Her analysis is impressively ecumenical, drawing on political theory as well as economics, IR, and comparative politics.”
“The U.S. can make a positive change with its involvement…The secretary of State should visit our region to demonstrate that we’re on the U.S. map.”
Professor Stern joins a global group of academics to guide the publication of research papers, policy briefs, reports, and perspectives on topics, themes, or issues related to counter-terrorism.
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.
Angelo Codevilla, Professor Emeritus of International Relations at the Frederick S. Pardee School of Global Studies at Boston University, passed away on September 21, 2021.
Professors Najam, Schilde, Stern, Weinstein, and Wippl reflect on how the September 11, 2001, terrorist attacks on the United States reshaped our lives over the last 20 years.
Dean Najam will leave his leadership role at the conclusion of the 2021-2022 academic year, or as soon as a successor is identified. Following a sabbatical, he plans to return to the faculty of the Pardee School and to his scholarship in international development, climate change, and global public policy.
Jonathan Greenacre, a scholar and lawyer, joins the Pardee School from a commercial law firm. He has provided legal and regulatory advice to the United Nations, International Monetary Fund, World Bank, and central banks in Africa and the Pacific.