The past year has been one of growth and innovation at our school, which the Indiana University Board of Trustees recently named in honor of two giants of American foreign policy—Rep. Lee H. Hamilton and Sen. Richard G. Lugar. The October announcement accompanied a campaign kickoff to raise $25 million for student scholarships and faculty… Read more »
Month: December 2018
Mapping the Future: The Hamilton Lugar School helps Hoosiers get globally ready
The Hamilton Lugar School’s Center for the Study of Global Change is spearheading a two-year initiative to chart a course for strengthening Hoosiers’ cross-cultural and language competencies. Called the Indiana Language Roadmap, the project is funded by the US Department of Defense, in the hopes that Indiana, like the seven other states who have participated,… Read more »
Hamilton Lugar School assistant dean Hilary Kahn named IU Bicentennial professor
The Indiana University Office of the Bicentennial has named Hilary Kahn, assistant dean for international education and global initiatives at the Hamilton Lugar School of Global and International Studies, as one of 25 Bicentennial Professors.
US Holocaust Memorial Museum Finds Compelling Evidence Genocide was Committed Against Rohingya, Warns of Continued Threat
WASHINGTON, DC – The United States Holocaust Memorial Museum said today that there is compelling evidence that the Burmese military committed ethnic cleansing, crimes against humanity, and genocide against the Rohingya, the Muslim minority population of Burma. The Museum came to this conclusion based on: a careful analysis in consultation with an advisory group of… Read more »
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