After a year and a half, the Pardee School’s Class of 2020 returned to Boston University for a special recognition ceremony, during which family, friends, and faculty recognized the resilience and academic accomplishments of the recent graduates.
The Pardee School is seeking applications for an Assistant Professor, Global Justice (Tenured/Tenure-track) and Professor of the Practice, Sustainable Development (Non tenure-track).
The new fund is part of a major initiative to provide Pardee School students with high-impact opportunities to advance their career goals in the field of international affairs.
Read through our top faculty, student, alumni, and research stories from 2020!
Joaquín Martínez Albán, Alexander Beatty, Prof. Rachel Brulé, Alhassan Hashad, Prof. Manjari Chatterjee Miller, and Dean Adil Najam offered their feelings on the 2020 presidential election.
Lord Aamer Sarfraz (Questrom ‘02) – a Member of the House of Lords and the Pardee School’s DAB – discussed his journey to BU and his plans for the future.
“Despite these great challenges and uncertainties, young people like you…have an incredible opportunity to help construct a brighter future for your communities, for your country, and for our planet.”
How have BU COVID-19 precautions, testing, and new hybrid teaching model affected the classroom experience? We asked some Pardee School faculty and students for their thoughts.
While this academic year will be unlike any other before, Boston University and the Pardee School are prepared to facilitate a safe, engaging, and exciting academic year.
The Boston University International Relations Review (IRR) is calling for submissions from undergraduate students for the Fall 2020 issue.
Professor Kevin Gallagher co-authored the introduction and later chapter of a new book published by the Asian Development Bank.
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.
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.
Prof. Henrik Selin appointed the new Associate Dean for Studies at the BU Pardee School of Global Studies with responsibility for all student affairs and services, including both the graduate and undergraduate programs.
A collection of faculty student and staff experiences with and reactions to remote learning features Pardee School students and staff.
Amb. Vesko Garčević speaks at “Dialog for the Future” Run by the UN Development Program.
Miller to join Advisory Board of International Affairs, the flagship journal of Chatham House, UK.
The Frederick S. Pardee Center for the Study of the Longer-Range Future joins the Pardee School as one of its affiliated interdisciplinary research centers.
Prof. John Woodward keynotes at Boston University Academy’s 8th Annual Model UN Conference.