Globally Engaging Together is a biweekly newsletter sent to the Hamilton Lugar School community. You can subscribe here. Feature Story: Law & Institutions Week From April 7 to 14, the Hamilton Lugar School is hosting International Law & Institutions Week, featuring events, expert panels, and lectures brought together by the International Law & Institutions degree… Read more »
Azadeh Aghighi’s path to Bloomington started in Iran. She grew up and studied in Tehran, receiving her BA and MA in Islamic Theology, Quran, and Hadith Sciences. As she completed her graduate studies, she decided to come to the US to continue her studies. She says, “I was very interested in working on some topic… Read more »
Dr. Camelia Bogdan, a Romanian judge on the Bucharest Court of Appeals, will speak with Amb. Lee Feinstein, the Hamilton Lugar School’s founding dean, as part of International Law & Institutions Week on Wednesday, April 14 at 11am. The conversation will focus on Bogdan’s prolific work combatting corruption and other transnational financial crimes in Europe…. Read more »
Last fall, the Hamilton Lugar School Living-Learning Center welcomed Mark Minton as Ambassador-in-Residence, a role that allows him to contribute his expertise and experience as a career diplomat with the residential community of globally engaged students.
Since IU doesn’t have an official spring break this year, HLS has put together this guide of fun activities and events around Bloomington that will help you take a break from school, work, or whatever else is on your mind.
The Hamilton Lugar School has partnered with The International Center to create a new internship program that expands the career and research opportunities available to its undergraduate students.
The Hamilton Lugar School recently hosted a discussion that wove together the history of Black Muslims in the United States and their effect on current national and international trends.
Professor Clémence Pinaud, a faculty member in the Hamilton Lugar School’s Department of International Studies, spent ten years researching her most recent book, War and Genocide in South Sudan. Using interviews with over 550 people, mostly women and civilians, Pinaud gives readers an unprecedented look at how regular people experience the violence of South Sudan,… Read more »
On Saturday, the Hamilton Lugar School celebrated Hamilton Lugar Day, an exclusive event for admitted IU students interested in pursuing a major in the school. The virtual event gave future scholars the chance to meet faculty, visit with current students, connect with future classmates, and learn first-hand about all the global opportunities at HLS.
The Hamilton Lugar School is one of a select number of institutions with the privilege to host fellows from the US Army War College Program, which helps Army leaders sharpen their skills and broaden their outlook as strategic thinkers. Recently, HLS welcomed its newest fellow, Colonel (COL) Steve Lacy, who will take classes, perform research,… Read more »