Since the Taliban took power in Afghanistan in the Summer of 2021, they have rolled back two decades of progress in women’s rights as well as access to work and education. This public-private partnership between the U.S. Department of State and Boston University’s Frederick S. Pardee School of Global Studies aims to tackle these setbacks.
The Pardee School is seeking applications for an Assistant Professor, Strategic & Security Studies (tenure-track), Assistant Professor of International Economic Policy (tenure-track), Professor of International Relations History (tenured), and Assistant Professor of International Relations History (tenure-track).
Joining us from Georgetown University’s School of Foreign Service, Dr. Scott Taylor is among the nation’s most respected scholars in African politics and political economy. We are thrilled to have him leading the Pardee School into a bright new era!
We are pleased to welcome Katherine Taylor, Sophia Gish, and Lauren Thams to the Student Affairs and Services team, which is dedicated to the academic and professional growth of graduate and undergraduate students at the Pardee School.
If you are looking for an enlightening and insightful book on international affairs, immigration, global economics, social movements in Arab societies, or China, consider picking up a piece published in the past year by our illustrious faculty.
Frederick S. Pardee, the visionary founding inspiration and benefactor of the Pardee School of Global Studies and before that the Frederick S. Pardee Center for the Study of the Longer-Range Future passed away in Los Angeles on June 27, 2022.
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.
In reflecting on 2021, Pardee School faculty offer their thoughts on the lessons that can be gleaned from this past year. Chief among the responses: multilateralism and global democracy are in decline.
The committee will collect and analyze data on community demographics, plan for training and events, and make recommendations to the Dean and faculty on ways to advance diversity, equity, and inclusion in the Pardee School community.
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).
This virtual convocation included remarks from the 8th Secretary-General of the United Nations, Ban Ki-Moon, the presentation of the 2021 student and faculty awards, and Dean Adil Najam’s “Dean’s Charge” to the Class of 2021.
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.
COVID-19 is clearly a global priority, but there are a myriad of additional world issues that must be addressed in 2021.
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.