In this week's edition, the Pardee School 2019 student travel grant recipients have been announced, Prof. Janine Ferretti presents new GDP Center research on climate change and development, Prof. Houchang Chehabi publishes a new book chapter on the rise of Iran's middle class, and Pardee professors in the media on NATO expansion, Uruguay's presidential election, and U.S. Syria policy. 
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Week of December 4, 2019

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Student Spotlight 

Pardee School 2019 Student Travel Grant Recipients Announced

Congratulations to the recipients of the Lynda Gilman Graduate Travel Awards, Graduate Travel Grants, and Keylor Undergraduate Travel Grants! 

Faculty News

Chehabi Publishes Chapter on Rise of Iran's Middle Class

Prof. Houchang Chehabi contributed a chapter to "The Global Bourgeoisie: The Rise of the Middle Classes in the Age of Empire." (Princeton University Press, 2019). 

Faculty News

Ferretti Presents GDP Center Research at Global Climate Change Negotiations

Prof. Janine Ferretti presented new research on climate change and development conducted by the Global Development Policy (GDP) Center.

Faculty News

Najam Gives Keynote on Future of Multilateralism at Marlborough House

Dean Adil Najam delivered a keynote talk on the future of multilateralism hosted by the Commonwealth of Nations at the Marlborough House in London.

Faculty News

Mako Speaks on Panel on Protests in Iraq and Lebanon

Prof. Shamiran Mako spoke as part of a panel entitled "Understanding the Protests in Lebanon and Iraq: Why Now?" 

School News

Join the Pardee School Network on LinkedIn

Update your education profile on LinkedIn to include "Boston University -- Frederick S. Pardee School of Global Studies" 

Student Spotlight 

PWG Hosts Breakfast Conversation With Bonnie Glaser

The Pardee Women’s Group hosted Bonnie Glaser, Senior Adviser for Asia and Director of the China Power Project at CSIS, for a breakfast conversation.  

Student Spotlight 

PGC Hosts Lori for Book Talk on Offshore Citizens

The Pardee Graduate Council hosted a talk with Noora Lori about her book "Offshore Citizens: Permanent Temporary Status in the Gulf ." 

Faculty News

Karra Meets With Members of Uganda NPC

Prof. Mahesh Karra recently met with members of the Uganda National Population Council (NPC) to discuss the importance of the Demographic Dividend.  

School News

Pardee School Invites Applications for Three Faculty Positions

The Frederick S. Pardee School for Global Studies at Boston University invites applications for three new faculty positions. 



Joshua Shifrinson

NATO Expansion

CNAS Brussells Sprouts
Amb. Paul Hare

Uruguay's Presidential Election

The Business Times
Henrik Selin 

Reducing Mercury Pollution

Environmental Health Perspectives 
Amb. Jorge Heine

Unrest in Chile

Financial Post
Gregory Aftandilian

U.S. Syria Fiasco

The Arab Weekly

December 4, 2019                        

MA Paper Defenses 

Red Flags: Assessing the Security Implications of China's Economic Slowdown 

Pardee School End of Year Celebration 

Inheriting the Pacific: Can Art History Think an Ocean?

December 5, 2019                

MA Paper Defenses 

Pardee Works: Careers in International Business and Entrepreneurship  

December 6, 2019                         

MA Paper Defenses 

CURA Colloquium: Interrogating Performances of Citizenships and Religious Belonging in State Formation

December 9, 2019                  

MA Paper Defenses 

Research Seminar Series
December 10, 2019
MA Paper Defenses

Pardee Works: Careers in International Development
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