Last February, Nicole Murillo received the exciting news that her study abroad application was approved, and she would be spending the summer living with a family in Taiwan and learning Chinese as part of the Hamilton Lugar School’s Language Workshop. In March, she received very different news. All overseas travel had been suspended and the… Read more »
The Global Service and Peace Corps Preparation Program has been completely revamped for the 2020-2021 school year, making it easier than ever to start your international career.
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.
As the summer ends, we are highlighting some of the students who took classes in our Summer Language Workshop. Today’s interview is with Molly Milazzo.
From interpreting Black Lives Matter in an international context to analyzing YouTube’s influence on the Middle East to researching your next steps in global service, the Hamilton Lugar School is offering a variety of intensive courses that provide a special opportunity for students across IU to enter the field of international studies. In these courses… Read more »
The Hamilton Lugar School boasts some of the brightest students at Indiana University, students who are globally engaged, who work hard to understand current issues and make lasting change. After George Floyd’s murder by Minneapolis police reached national and international news, Bloomington residents organized a protest in solidarity, declaring “enough is enough.” One of the… Read more »
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.”
After several years overseas, Lieutenant Colonel Angela Reber came to the Hamilton Lugar School in fall 2019 as its inaugural Army War College Fellow in order to study US-Russia relations and prepare for the next phase of her career as a senior Army officer.
As the novel coronavirus spreads and its impacts deepen, affecting people in our own communities and families, it is a good time to consider its effects on our emotional, psychological, and social lives. Anxiety, loneliness, fear, and grief may all become more acute as the pandemic continues.
Foreign policy, area studies, popular culture, neoliberalism, political leadership: The Hamilton Lugar School is offering a bevy of online courses this summer that span the globe and immerse students in the topics, regions, and debates that are shaping our world.