According to a new paper produced by an SGIS faculty member and her students, the governmental incentives often touted as engines for jobs may do too little to directly target employment growth and may not be well assessed for actual economic impact. That’s among the findings of the study co-authored by Sarah Bauerle Danzman, assistant… Read more »
Month: December 2016
SGIS a big part of IU presidential trip to Korea and China
SGIS Dean Lee Feinstein and Director of the Institute for Korean Studies at SGIS Seung-kyung Kim joined Indiana University President Michael McRobbie for part of a week-long trip to Korea and China, thanking new partners and meeting with IU alumni. The Korea portion of the visit was largely dedicated to expressing gratitude to the Korea… Read more »
NELC staff member May earns Indiana University staff merit award
Longtime staff member in the Department of Near Eastern Languages and Cultures at the IU School of Global and International Studies Connie May has earned an IU Bloomington staff merit award. A committee of faculty and staff selected May as one of two honorees for support staff.
SGIS students make Phi Beta Kappa
Seven students who are majors in the School of Global and International Studies have earned prestigious membership in Phi Beta Kappa for the Fall 2016 semester. All new members of Phi Beta Kappa were formally brought into the society in the Fall 2016 Initiation Banquet held on Dec. 6 in Presidents Hall on the IU Bloomington campus.
New SGIS partnership with National Endowment for Democracy kicks off with DC event
Free and independent media reporting across the world was the focus for a School of Global and International Studies kickoff event with the National Endowment for Democracy on Dec. 1 and is part of the focus for a new partnership between SGIS and NED.
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