Pardee School Welcomes New Student Services & Finance / Administration Staff
The Pardee School is pleased to welcome Alethea Cono and Jake Rodriguez-Seoane to our Student Affairs and Services team and Andy Gomez to the Finance and Administration Office.
Year In Review: 2022 Highlights from the Pardee School
In 2022, the Pardee School went through numerous big changes, welcomed new members to our community, and set the stage for a period of substantial progress as we approach our second decade as stewards of global studies education at BU. As the New Year approaches, we want to highlight some of the biggest stories and moments from the year.
Get to Know New Pardee School Dean Scott Taylor
The Pardee School sat down and spoke with Dean Scott Taylor to get a better sense of who he is, what motivates him and his work, as well as what his vision is for the future of the school.
“Adil Najam Prize” Established to Encourage Public Scholarship at Pardee School
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.
Pardee School Welcomes 2022-23 Dean’s Ambassadors
Over the next year, the new Dean’s Ambassadors will represent the Pardee School and its Dean at special events with prospective students, alumni, and distinguished guests. They will also serve as liaisons to the wider BU community as well as prospective students and families.
Pardee School Alumni Video Spotlight Series
This video series tells the stories of our illustrious alumni and how their experience at the Pardee School shaped them personally and professionally.
Pardee School Hosts 2021 Virtual Convocation
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.
Pardee Graduate Council Elects New Leadership
The new leadership will help organize a variety of activities to enrich Pardee School students’ lives.
Dean’s Ambassadors and Pardee Leadership Meet to Discuss Diversity and Inclusion
Pardee School leadership tasked the Dean’s Ambassadors to develop meaningful and actionable solutions that will create deep cultural change within the School.
Pardee School International Students Featured in BU Today
Joaquin Martinez Alban (Pardee ’23), Ahmad Azari (Pardee ’21), and Alexander Beatty (Pardee ’21) share the challenges they’ve faced throughout the COVID-19 pandemic.
Pardee School Students Selected for Yawkey Program
Pardee School students provide details on their internships, what they’re looking forward to, and what they hope to accomplish through the Yawkey Program.
Thank You, Mr. Pardee! $25M Gift for Pardee School Building
Frederick S. Pardee announces a new $25 million gift to pave the way for a stand-alone Pardee School building.
Policy Leaders Forum: Amb. Aizaz Ahmad Chaudhry
Pakistan’s Ambassador to the U.S., Aizaz Ahmad Chaudhry, discussed the future of relations between the two countries.
Pardee Periodical Calls for Papers for Spring 2017 Issue
The Pardee Periodical is now accepting submissions through February 7, 2017 for its Spring 2017 issue.
Schmidt Gives Series of Talks on Eurozone
Prof. Schmidt gave several talks across Europe over the last month on a wide-range of topics related to the European Union.
Pardee Students Visit United Nations
Students traveled to the UN for the Winter Youth Assembly and 2016 ECOSOC Youth Forums.
Gallagher in CNN Español: China’s Challenges in Latin America
Prof. Kevin Gallagher says China underestimated the challenges it would face in Latin America.
Grimes Appointed Associate Dean at the Pardee School
Prof. William W. Grimes will serve as the Associate Dean for Academic Affairs at the Boston University Pardee School of Global Studies.
Alumni Spotlight: James Sundquist
This Dec. 25, students in a middle school in Changzhou, China, received a very unusual visitor: Santa Claus – played by Pardee alum James Sundquist.