Shamim Garcia (CGS ’18, Pardee ’20, ’22) Appointed Presidential Management Fellow at the Department of State
“My placement at PRM combines my research interests in Central America and migration studies with my personal drive of serving refugee and migrant communities. I am beyond excited to work with like-minded individuals who are similarly driven by humanitarian ideals.”
Pardee Center Accepting Applications for 2023 Graduate Summer Fellows Program
Open to all BU graduate students from all Schools and Colleges, the Graduate Summer Fellowship offers graduate students from across BU an opportunity for intensive interdisciplinary research and writing on topics aligned with the future-focused research interests of the Pardee Center.
GDP Center Seeking Applications for 2023 Summer in the Field Fellowship
The GDP Center Summer in the Field Fellowship Program provides stipends to a select group of qualified BU Masters and/or Ph.D. students to participate in unpaid internships or field research for a dissertation project related to GDP Center’s mission of advancing policy-oriented research for financial stability, human well-being and environmental sustainability across the globe.
Najam Named Mahatir Mohamad Visiting Fellow at University of Oxford
Professor Najam plans to work on two research projects during his fellowships: one on elaborating an Islamic vocabulary for environmentalism and particularly for climate change, and another related to elaborating policy pathways for the “Age of Adaptation” and particularly for Loss and Damage climate policy.
Madison Romo (Pardee ’22) Awarded Charles B. Rangel Fellowship
The Rangel Graduate Fellowship is a program that aims to attract and prepare outstanding young people for careers in the Foreign Service of the U.S. Department of State in which they can help formulate, represent, and implement U.S. foreign policy. For Romo, “receiving the Rangel Fellowship is truly a dream come true.”
Gallagher Names Laura Gormley (’23) as Inaugural Najam Prize Fellow
Gormley will work with Gallagher and his partners on a project that examines how China chose to decarbonize its Belt Road Initiative and what lessons can be drawn to ensure that China implements and expands on this momentous act of global leadership.
Mamolea Concludes Fellowship Exploring International Arbitration in Latin America
At iCourts, Professor Mamolea worked on several articles about international arbitration and adjudication in Latin America between 1881 and 1938 that seek to overturn some of the sweeping generalizations of earlier scholarship by highlighting the diversity of national and regional approaches, examining the circulation and development of legal practices, and explaining the relationship between politics and the law.
Nolan Named 2021 ACLS Fellow
As part of her fellowship, Professor Nolan will conduct research that explores how Guatemala became a leading “sender” country for children.
Najam Appointed Fellow at Tellus Institute
Dean Najam joins the the Institute whose mission is to bring scientific rigor and systemic vision to critical environmental and social issues.
Bass Awarded Rangel Graduate Fellowship
Briah Bass (Pardee BA ’21) has been selected for perhaps the most prestigious early-career fellowship for aspiring diplomats.
Brulé Named 2020 Truman Governance Fellow
Professor Brulé is among the 28 scholars and professionals selected for the fourth class of Truman-Governance Fellows.
Sarkar Appointed Ernest May Fellow & WIGH Scholar
As a visiting scholar, Sarkar will work on her second book project, Light Water Capitalism: The Rise and Fall of U.S. Global Power.
GDP Center Accepting Applications For CGE Fellowship Program
The Global Development Policy Center is now accepting applications for its China and the Global Economy Research Initiative (CGE).
Student Spotlight: Bodamer on Pardee Center Fellowship
Florian Bodamer (Pardee ’18) was a graduate summer fellow at The Frederick S. Pardee Center for the Study of the Longer-Range Future.
Schilde Named Center For Teaching and Learning Fellow
Prof. Kaija Schilde was selected to participate in a six-week summer fellowship at the Center for Teaching and Learning
Student Spotlight: Paige Wins Fellowship
With the award, Paige will be able to take advanced literature and writing courses at Boğaziçi University in Instanbul.
Berger Awarded Wilson Center Fellowship
Pardee Professor Thomas Berger has been awarded a prestigious Wilson Center Fellowship for 2016. He will study maritime issues in Asia.
Pardee School Professor, Susan Eckstein, Awarded Guggenheim
Pardee School Professor Susan Eckstein has been awarded the prestigious Guggenheim Fellowship.