The Woodrow Wilson International Center, in conjunction with the Kissinger Institute on China and the United States, has awarded Wilson China Fellowships to Hamilton Lugar School professors Wendy Leutert and Adam Liff. The competitive fellowship program, which supports the next generation of American research on China, will help them study the rise of China and… Read more »
Month: May 2020
For decades after WWII, the U.S. stood across the world as a mighty colossus. We were the richest and strongest nation, and our history and institutions were the envy of all.
Language courses are underway at the Hamilton Lugar School’s Language Workshop, and a record number of students have logged on to boost their language skills in this year’s online format. With more than 20 languages represented, over 500 students are gaining a full year of language instruction in just two months as they engage with… Read more »
Not long ago I was asked by several students for my thoughts on the outstanding characteristics of good politicians. What follows is my response:
The Hamilton Lugar School commended its graduates on Saturday with a celebratory video for its students earning BA, BS, MA, and PhD degrees. Ambassador Lee Feinstein, founding dean of HLS, told graduates, “You are a class of pathfinders.”
On Saturday, Amb. Lee Feinstein, dean of the Hamilton Lugar School, gave these remarks to graduates as part of a celebratory video for students and their families: On behalf of the Hamilton Lugar School’s dedicated faculty and staff, congratulations graduates!
A note from Dean Lee Feinstein: Dear Friends of the Hamilton Lugar School, The end of the spring semester, normally a time of communal celebration, has this year given rise to more complicated emotions.
After several years overseas, Lieutenant Colonel Angela Reber came to the Hamilton Lugar School in fall 2019 as its inaugural Army War College Fellow in order to study US-Russia relations and prepare for the next phase of her career as a senior Army officer.