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.”
Maggie Toombs (BA/MAIA ’23) Shares Story of Her Graduate Research in Serbia
Maggie recently traveled to Belgrade, Serbia with the help of the Pardee School’s Gilman Travel Grant. As she describes it, “The way this has enhanced my research and helped me develop skills in interviewing, interpersonal relations, as well as networking has provided an invaluable educational experience and inspired me to begin planning my next trip as soon as possible!”
Student Spotlight: Haque Presents at State Department
Sana Haque (Pardee ’18) presented at the U.S. Department of State’s Global Engagement Center’s annual Research Fair and Exhibit.
Pardee Works: Careers in Trump’s State Department
The Pardee Works series continued with a conversation on about careers in the State Department under U.S. President Donald Trump.
Pardee Works: Danilowicz on Foreign Service Careers
Diplomat in Residence for New England Jon F. Danilowicz discussed navigating career and internship opportunities at the State Department.
Loftis in CSM on State Department Dissent
Amb. Robert Loftis discusses what an official protest among career diplomats means for President Trump’s travel ban.
Wippl on WCVB News: State Department Travel Warning
Prof. Joseph Wippl discussed a travel warning issued by the U.S. State Department to Americans visiting Europe this summer.
Sewall at Pardee School: Preventing the Next ISIL
The Under Secretary of Civilian Security, Democracy and Human Rights described the U. S.’s holistic response to countering violent extremism.
Sewall to Speak at Pardee
US Under Secretary Sarah Sewall will deliver the Pardee School Dean’s Distinguished Lecture on “Preventing the Next ISIL.”
#PardeeWorks Demystifies State Department
The first #PardeeWorks event of 2015 saw students learning the ins and outs of interning at the State Department.
Crowley on ISIS, Twitter, and Diplomacy
What is the most dangerous weapon in the world? Here’s a hint; PJ Crowley, Clinton aide who resigned during WikiLeaks crisis, brandished it at a March 17 lecture.