For the closing session of Indiana University’s “America’s Role in the World” conference, it was appropriate to have two chief executives — a native Australian who heads one of the nation’s leading research universities and a lifelong Hoosier who leads Indiana as its governor — sit down for a conversation.
Month: March 2017
America’s Role in the World conference: presents a convergence of ideas
In opening statements about the United States’ relationship with East Asia at the Indiana University School of Global and International Studies on Thursday, panelist Mireya Solíshad words of caution for the audience. “Credibility is like oxygen — you know when you don’t have it,” said Solís, a senior fellow on foreign policy at the Brookings Center for East… Read more »
America’s Role in the World conference: Former congressmen from different parties come together at IU to seek solutions to global concerns
In Congress, former Rep. Lee Hamilton and former Sen. Richard Lugar served Hoosiers as members of opposing political parties. But unlike many in Congress today, they often expressed mutual respect for one other — and still do.
America’s Role in the World conference: Amid worry, hope at second conference
Before launching into her discussion of the state of representative democracy in Washington and around the world, Constanze Stelzenmüller of the Brookings Institution had a few words Wednesday for Indiana University and its School of Global and International Studies.
IU School of Global and International Studies convening America’s Role in the World conference
The second annual America’s Role in the World conference at Indiana University’s School of Global and International Studies in Bloomington will address pressing global issues facing the new U.S. administration, the nation and the world.
IU Polish Studies Center marks 40th anniversary with lecture
Indiana University is marking the 40th anniversary of its Polish Studies Center with a lecture by Agnieszka Graff, an internationally renowned public intellectual and gender studies scholar and a leading voice of feminism in Poland and elsewhere in eastern Europe.
SGIS holds its largest Direct Admit Day yet
SGIS invited more Direct Admit Scholars this spring than ever before, and many of the prospective students convened at the Global and International Studies Building March 4, to learn from faculty and SGIS students about the possibilities ahead of them. On Direct Admit Day high school seniors offered direct admission to SGIS had the chance to explore… Read more »