Meet the students who were honored with graduation awards at the Pardee School’s 2017 convocation ceremony on Saturday, May 20.
MA candidate Vicky Kelberer published the report with the UN High Commissioner for Refugees and the Boston Consortium for Arab Region Studies.
An exhibition of photography by Prof. Vivien Schmidt will be on display at 121 Bay State Road until December 19, 2016.
Prof. Noora Lori and MA candidate Vicky Kelberer received the grant from the Boston University Initiative on Cities.
The article, entitled “Putting Refugee Work Permits to Work,” was published in the Spring 2016 issue of the Middle East Report.
Professors Jeremy Menchik, Henrik Selin and MA candidate Vicky Kelberer discussed best practices for having work published.
MA student Vicky Kelberer has been named a Board Member of the Boston Network for International Development.
MA student Vicky Kelberer shared her experiences of being in a Swiss human rights NGO during the heady days of the Arab Spring.
Five students have been awarded the second annual Pardee School Travel Grants. Congratulations!
Pardee School MA student Vicky Kelberer published an article arguing that adequate shelter is overlooked when addressing the Syrian refugee crisis.
Congratulations to Pardee student Vicky Kelberer for her analysis of climate and conflict being published in the Parabellum Report!
Pardee School graduate student Vicky Kelberer penned an article for the Huffington Post on the heartbreaking conditions endured by Jordan’s urban refugees, which she witnessed as part of a research trip to that nation with a humanitarian aid group.
A new working group bringing together professors and students from disciplines across BU will examine the effects of forced migration and human trafficking.