Senator Todd Young champions funding for Title VI programs, including the National Resource Centers and Language Resource Centers in SGIS.
Month: January 2018
Visiting with School of Global and International Studies students Friday, Dan Coats explained why he has spent decades in the public sector: “It’s the sense of purpose,” the Director of National Intelligence told the group of Direct Admit Scholars, “the sense of contributing. That sense of engaging that makes a difference going forward in the… Read more »
One small nation tops the global census in number of refugees: of the world’s 68 million displaced people, at least 13.5 million come from Syria. When asked by her students why Syrians represent such a disproportionate percentage of that population, Elizabeth Dunn has this explanation: “The nature of war has changed, and Syria is a… Read more »
As Hurricane Maria was wreaking havoc on Puerto Rico at the same time that major earthquakes left millions in central and southern Mexico without a home, it was nearly impossible to escape the breaking news. Four months later, headlines from Puerto Rico and Mexico have been pushed to the back of the news cycle. But… Read more »
The Tobias Center on Innovation in Development at Indiana University’s School of Global and International Studies will host a two-day conference in May to share research papers relevant to the collection and analysis of social, economic, or political data from the African continent. Taking place May 18-19, from 9 am Friday until 2 pm Saturday,… Read more »
Indiana University’s world-leading researchers on philanthropy to discuss how wealth is being put to work to address key social issues around the world.