Dicussions on trip in include the opportunities for collaborations with SGIS to support the study of Japan at IU and cooperative research.
Month: October 2017
$5 million gift to IU establishes Tobias Center for Innovation in International Development
New center kicks off with two-day November conference
Leading from the heart and mind: SGIS and Kelley host panel on ethical leadership
When he first became the executive director of Bloomington’s Shalom Community Center, Forrest Gilmore didn’t use his clerical title very often. The Unitarian minister was apprehensive that his religious background might alienate some prospective community partners. Although its name has a Judeo-Christian association, the resource center for those experiencing homelessness is a secular non-profit organization. … Read more »
Examining “A history that opens a future” on the Korean peninsula
“Without a doubt, building and maintaining a democracy is a process rather than a onetime event,” said Institute for Korean Studies director Seung-kyung Kim, in opening the institute’s second annual conference Friday. “Assessing Korean Democratization and Democracy: From Molotov Cocktails to Candle Lights,” the conference marks the first anniversary of the institute’s inauguration within the School… Read more »
Institute for Korean Studies conference features discussion with recent ambassador to South Korea
Korean democracy and the peninsula’s future are focus of daylong conference
IU experts available to comment on Trump administration’s action on Iran nuclear deal
SGIS faculty provide insight into what the Trump administration’s move means and what could be next.
IU Trustees approve new SGIS degree in International Law and Institutions
Collaboration between SGIS and the Maurer School of Law makes new degree possible.
China’s consul general in Chicago to visit IU, SGIS
Hong Lei to give public address at IU, meet with Dean Lee Feinstein at SGIS.
Reflecting on migration and citizenship in the aftermath of Maria
It may be one of history’s “cruel ironies,” suggested Jeff Gould, professor of history at Indiana University, that two separate acts authored by two different legislators named Jones about a century ago would join forces to stall hurricane recovery efforts in Puerto Rico.