The Office of the Vice President for Diversity, Equity and Multicultural Affairs has named SGIS student Daniel Metz and three others as the winners of the 2015-16 Won-Joon Yoon Scholarship. The other recipients are Stephanie Huezo, Mercedes Jones, and Jessica Troxel.
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Beginning Thursday, April 21, more than 160 students representing 18 colleges and universities will be in Bloomington to participate in the Midwest Model European Union, a three-day event that puts attendees in the roles of prime ministers, commissioners, and bureaucrats seeking to achieve European unity. The sessions start Thursday afternoon at the Indiana Memorial Union… Read more »
Adam Liff, assistant professor of East Asian international relations at the IU School of Global and International Studies, has been selected for the Maureen and Mike Mansfield Foundation’s “U.S.-Japan Network for the Future” program. Liff is one of 12 scholars selected this year to participate in the program.
On April 2 and 3, the IU School of Global and International Studies welcome its latest group of invited, high-level students and honored its current, high-achieving students during two days of events.
The first annual “America’s Role in the World” conference kicked off on Wednesday morning (March 30), a conference convened by former Sen. Richard Lugar and former Rep. Lee Hamilton, distinguished faculty members in the School of Global and International Studies and Presidential Medal of Freedom recipients, and Lee Feinstein, founding dean of the school and… Read more »
Dean Lee Feinstein presided over a discussion in New York City on March 21 about Europe’s future with ambassadors from England, Hungary and the Netherlands in a session presented by the Council on Foreign Relations. Feinstein sat down with Matthew Rycroft, ambassador and permanent representative of the United Kingdom to the United Nations; Henne Schuwer,… Read more »
In late 2010, citizens from several countries throughout the Middle East broke out in protests, revolts, and civil wars against their governing bodies in what would be known as the Arab Spring. During this time, Professor Asaad Al-Saleh felt himself personally and intellectually drawn to any news about the Middle East he could find. He… Read more »
SGIS Professor of Practice Gene Coyle teaches classes focused on the topic of espionage, where his work is to uncover some of the secrets of the trade. Upon reviewing student course evaluations at the end of the year, one comment consistently stands out to him. “Every year, I get two or three comments that say,… Read more »
Provost at the IU Bloomington campus Lauren Robel featured the School of Global and International Studies prominently in her annual address on campus developments. Robel delivered the “State of the Campus” on Tuesday, Feb. 2 in Presidents Hall.
The IU School of Global and International Studies has promoted a longtime faculty member to a new role focused on enhancing student learning and opportunities. Olga Kalentzidou, who has been Director of Undergraduate Studies for the Department of International Studies at IU since 2013, takes over the role of Director of Academic Initiatives and Experiential… Read more »