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 »
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The Hamilton Lugar School is committed to supporting Fulbright Program alumni and Peace Corps volunteers whose experiences were impacted by the novel coronavirus pandemic. We are proud to join IU’s O’Neill School of Public & Environmental Affairs and other esteemed institutions such as Johns Hopkins, George Washington, University of Virginia, and Syracuse in offering application… Read more »
On the occasion of Sen. Richard Lugar’s 88th birthday, we pause to reflect on his legacy and the impact he continues to have on the state, the nation, the world, and—perhaps, most importantly—the students who call the Hamilton Lugar School home and seek to follow in his footsteps.
On behalf of the Hamilton Lugar School, I am proud of the inspiring support and response of our students, faculty, and staff to this global public health crisis.
The America’s Role in the World® Student Editorial Contest has its second winner!
Dear Friends of the Hamilton Lugar School, On behalf of my faculty colleagues, staff, and students, thank you for your support during 2019—and happy new year and happy holidays.
Richard and Diane Woosnam have established the Richard E. and Diane D. Woosnam Endowed Scholarship/Fellowship in the Hamilton Lugar School of Global and International Studies. The gift will provide undergraduate scholarships and graduate fellowships as part of the Global Leadership Scholars Program.
Lyosha Gorshkov, a Brooklyn-based LGBTQ+ activist, has quickly become one of the most outspoken and influential voices in queer politics today. Despite being profiled by outlets such as LogoTV and Vice News, he dismisses fame and media exposure as entirely beside the point.
John Hanson, longtime Director of the African Studies Program and new Executive Associate Dean of the Hamilton Lugar School, is passionate about bicycling. “I bicycle commute to work whenever I can,” he says. “Commuting is a way to unwind as you leave your workday, or get revved up as you come into your workday.”
For the last three years, the Tang Research Foundation (TRF) has supported faculty and graduate student exchange programs and annual international workshops on Silk Road studies between the Department of Central Eurasian Studies in the Hamilton Lugar School at Indiana University and the Department of History at Peking University.