Najam highlighted that developing leadership and character cannot be easy or straightforward exercises, and trying to do so is fraught with challenges; however, there is probably little else that is of greater importance everywhere in the world than helping to develop a new generation of “leaders of character.”
Ambassador Garčević led 22 students in diplomatic negotiation simulations at Emmanuel College’s Institute of Eastern Mediterranean Studies, where he has served as the Ambassador in Residence since 2018.
Prof. Joshua Shifrinson participated in a recent workshop jointly hosted by King’s College London, the University of Cardiff, and the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars on the history of NATO.
Prof. Joshua Shifrinson presented the papers at a workshop entitled “The End of the Cold War at 30: Continuity and Change.”
Amb. Vesko Garcevic is facilitating the three-week workshop with the Emmanuel College Institute of Eastern Mediterranean Studies.
Pardee School Dean Adil Najam participated in the “Dean’s Panel” on global policy and science diplomacy.
The GDP Center is co-sponsoring a workshop on expanding renewable energy opportunities in southern African countries.
Prof. Joshua Shifrinson presented at a workshop hosted by the Norwegian Institute for Defence Studies and Norwegian Defence University College.
Dean Adil Najam spoke at an international workshop on “Abrahamic Traditions and Environmental Change” held on the island of Rhodes, Greece.
The Policy and Security Initiative at the Pardee School hosted a workshop on the legacy of NATO enlargement.
Prof. Shamiran Mako’s paper was entitled “Statebuilding Minus Peacebuilding: Evaluating De-Baathification And Its Outcomes.”
The Institute on Culture, Religion and World Affairs hosted a talk with Guadalupe Tuñón of Harvard University as part of the Research in Comparative Politics Workshop series.
The workshop was entitled “Building Sustainable Peace in Iraq: The Role of Transitional Justice and Post-Conflict Peace Building.”
Prof. Vivien Schmidt gave a presentation on “Politics and Organization in the Eurozone Crisis: Does the Politicization of Organizational Interaction Make for More or Less Legitimacy?”
The Institute on Culture, Religion and World Affairs hosted a group of social science scholars from across the country for the two-day workshop.
The Global Development Policy Center held a workshop entitled “Rethinking Trade Treaties and Access to Medicines” at Boston University’s Washington, DC offices.
Students who attended the workshop received advice on how to construct a federal resume and navigate USAJOBS.
Professors Robert Hefner and Jeremy Menchik spoke at a workshop entitled “Islamist Movements in Indonesia and Turkey: Mobilization, Islamization, and Legitimacy.”
The GDP Center hosted an official T-20 workshop and public panel at 121 Bay State Road.
Dean Adil Najam attended a workshop on climate change and security hosted by the German Mission to the United Stations and the think tank Adelphi.