All too often, research is only associated with fields in the sciences. The groundbreaking discoveries you hear about most often are in modern medicine and technology. In fact, if you google the ambiguous words “recent research,” the top search results are from Science Daily and Hopkins Medicine.
Month: February 2021
Account services is crucial to creating and maintaining successful relationships with clients. Molly Watson, Founder & Principal, Evolution Engine, will be sharing her insights on creating successful campaigns and the importance of “knowing your audience” when working with clients.
In celebration of Black History Month, the US Department of State is recognizing and highlighting the important contributions and presence of African Americans in the diplomatic corps.
Globally Engaging Together is a biweekly newsletter sent to the Hamilton Lugar School community. You can subscribe here. Feature Story: Betty Dlamini Inspired by a desire to bring people together in the midst of a pandemic and after the killing of George Floyd, Betty Dlamini, senior lecturer in African Studies, wrote and recorded a collection… Read more »
Join the IU Walter Center and the O’Neill School Career Hub to learn about opportunities in service work after graduation. You will be able to learn first-hand from a panel of representatives from City Year AmeriCorps, Peace Corps, and Teach for America.
Take this chance to connect with employers from diverse industries who are looking for your skill-sets, experience, and knowledge and learn more about their companies, what they are looking for, and how to stand out in the hiring process.
Join the session to meet a representative of a US Government Intelligence Agency and learn more about career and internship opportunities.
The Hamilton Lugar School hosted the launch of an expert toolkit to advance women’s land and property rights as part of a global effort to connect international human rights mechanisms to advocates working at the local level. Co-hosted by the Global Initiative for Economic, Social, and Cultural Rights (GI-ESCR), the HLS Tobias Center, and the… Read more »
The military coup that has ended Myanmar’s civilian government and brought military chief Min Aung Hlaing to power is a dangerous and anti-democratic move that is very worrying to those concerned with human rights, civil rights, and the development of democracy.
Making effective public policy takes more than good ideas and familiarity with the issues. It is not easy, especially when many people have lost trust in government and in each other, but it can be done with attention to time-honored characteristics of good governance.