Pardee Graduate students spend a busy two days in Washington D.C. at the annual Pardee Spring Trip to DC.
The welcome and networking reception was hosted by Dean’s Advisory Board member Paul Nathanson (Pardee ’85) at Bracewell LLP.
A panel of thought leaders discussed the current crisis of multilateralism and offer alternatives for a better future.
The Global Development Policy Center held a workshop entitled “Rethinking Trade Treaties and Access to Medicines” at Boston University’s Washington, DC offices.
Students had the opportunity to meet with Pardee School alumni currently working in the Washington D.C. area.
Prof. Igor Lukes delivered a talk entitled “One Hundred Years of Czech Provincialism.”
Prof. Erik Goldstein participated in the 45th meeting of the International Forum on Diplomatic Training in Washington DC.
Students had the opportunity to meet with Pardee School alumni working in the Washington D.C. area.
Prof. Woodward spoke to students about the use of biometric technologies for national and homeland security purposes.
Prof. John Woodward urged greater policymaker attention to the biological weapons threat.
Students had the opportunity to meet Boston Univeristy and Pardee School alumni working in the Washington DC area.
Pack your suitcases – the Pardee School is leading a trip to Washington, DC!