Whether they have relevant language or military experience or just feel called to help, people and groups at Indiana University have mobilized to support the 6,600 Afghan refugees at military and civilian post Camp Atterbury, near Edinburgh, Indiana. With the Department of State’s recent approval of Bloomington as Exodus Refugee’s second federally authorized resettlement site,… Read more »
Month: September 2021
Hamilton on Foreign Policy 176: Religion Plays an Important Role in Public Life
The question of what role religion should play in American public life is difficult and controversial. It produces a lot of heated debate and no easy answers.
U.S. News and World Report ranks Luddy/Hamilton Lugar School joint degree in Cybersecurity and Global Policy Top 25 Program
The B.S. in Cybersecurity and Global Policy, a joint degree at Indiana University between the Hamilton Lugar School of Global and International Studies, and the Luddy School of Informatics, Computing, and Engineering was ranked in the top 25 programs in the country in the most recent rankings by U.S. News and World Report. The B.S. in Cyber Security and Global Policy combines… Read more »
Hamilton on Foreign Policy 175: Intensity of change challenges US leadership
I am often asked how the world has changed since I got involved in politics. If I were to try to answer the question with one word, the word would be intensity. Everything, it seems, has become more intense.
Hamilton Lugar School boosts professional development resources with new Global Affairs Fellow
The Hamilton Lugar School of Global and International Studies welcomes Terrance Blackman Stroud as its inaugural Global Affairs Fellow.
Hamilton on Foreign Policy 174: What it means to be an American
What does it mean to be an American? I suspect each of us would answer this question in our own way, depending on our experiences. But there are features of the American identity, certain qualities of what it means to be an American that many of us hold in common.
Hamilton Lugar School’s new Emerging Leaders Council bridges gap between the student and alumni experience
The Hamilton Lugar School of Global and International Studies has created the Emerging Leaders Council (ELC), a committee of recent graduates dedicated to the advancement of the school’s students, programs, and services. The nine-person council donates its time and talent to bridge the gap between alumni and current students by fostering relationships and providing opportunities… Read more »
Hamilton Lugar School welcomes former U.S. Assistant Secretary of Commerce Nicole Y. Lamb-Hale
Former U.S. Assistant Secretary of Commerce Nicole Y. Lamb-Hale is the newest member of the Hamilton Lugar School Dean’s Advisory Council, a group of highly accomplished leaders who work with Founding Dean Lee Feinstein to expand the school’s reputation and influence both in the United States and abroad. She joins other Indiana leaders on the… Read more »
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