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.
Recent Hamilton Lugar School graduate John McHugh (BA ’18) has been awarded a Marshall Scholarship, one of the most prestigious scholarships for US students, to pursue graduate study in the United Kingdom. Created by the British government in 1953 to strengthen ties between the two countries, the scholarship provides education to “distinguished young Americans” and… Read more »
The Hamilton Lugar School’s 2020 Summer Language Workshop experienced record enrollment from a wide variety of students across the country. Today we are highlighting Margaret Squires, who studied Persian.
The Hamilton Lugar School commended its graduates on Saturday with a celebratory video for its students earning BA, BS, MA, and PhD degrees. Ambassador Lee Feinstein, founding dean of HLS, told graduates, “You are a class of pathfinders.”
On Saturday, Amb. Lee Feinstein, dean of the Hamilton Lugar School, gave these remarks to graduates as part of a celebratory video for students and their families: On behalf of the Hamilton Lugar School’s dedicated faculty and staff, congratulations graduates!
The Ukraine scandal that led to the impeachment of President Trump brought sudden attention to Marie Yovanovitch, a decorated career diplomat who served as the US Ambassador to Ukraine until being recalled from her post last spring.
Rachel (Barnhard) Whitney (B.A. ’04, International Studies) is the Country Music Programming Lead for YouTube, where she is responsible for building a global audience for country music on YouTube Music. Prior to her work at YouTube, Whitney served as Head of Country Music Programming at Pandora, overseeing programming for country and representing Pandora within the… Read more »
Paul Pass (M.A. ’08, West European Studies) is the Executive Director of the Japan-America Society of Dallas/Fort Worth Previously, Pass worked for Asia Society Texas Center, where he served as senior manager of business and policy. Before his time at the Asia Society Texas Center, Pass worked as an education outreach programs officer for the… Read more »
Asya Kislyuk (B.A. ’11, International Studies) works on Public Policy for Airbnb, focusing on state and local government relations across the mid-Atlantic, South and Midwest regions. “My role is to help policymakers understand the legal and regulatory issues around home sharing and how their decisions impact peoples’ lives day to day. It’s important to share… Read more »