On July 1, 2022, Professor Adil Najam, will step down after eight years as the Inaugural Dean of the Frederick S. Pardee School of Global Studies at Boston University, and Professor Kevin Gallagher will assume the temporary charge of Dean Ad Interim until a new Dean is appointed, which is expected to be by September 2022.
On May 21, 2022, the Pardee School celebrated its graduating students, honored the achievements of exemplary students and faculty, and sent forth the Class of 2022 with an inspiring Dean’s Charge.
During the School’s convocation ceremony, the Pardee School community celebrated the very best in academics and citizenship with a range of awards meant to honor the exceptional achievements of its students.
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.
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.
Pardee School students and parents met with faculty and Student Services staff to discuss the school, its offerings, and opportunities for students.
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.
The Pardee School recognizes and honors the achievements of its outstanding students in announcing the 2020 Pardee School Annual Award winners.
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).
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.
Pardee School faculty announced the winners of the Academic Excellence Awards, the Ambassador Hermann Eilts Thesis Awards, and the Carole A. Chandler Student Citizenship Award during the school’s virtual convocation.
Dean Najam discussed the importance of interdisciplinarity in global leadership and how the Pardee School is an “experiment in leadership, both global and interdisciplinary.”
Professor Mahesh Karra’s new research on public perception of the future expansion of Medicare and Medicaid has been published.
The Pardee School’s Center for Latin American Studies announced the winners of its Latin American Studies Essay contest.
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.
Congratulations to the recipients of the Lynda Gilman Graduate Travel Awards, Graduate Travel Grants, and Keylor Undergraduate Travel Grants.
Kindness Week is a yearly celebration of something that happens every day at the Pardee School.
The Pardee School of Global Studies hosted Veterans Day commemoration sponsored by the Boston University Veterans Association.