The two-day event drew scholars from across the U.S. as well as Canada and England.
Economic Policy, International Affairs, Trade
The Autonomous Systems Policy Institute has partnered with the Institute for Democracy, Journalism and Citizenship for the two-day event.
Autonomous Systems, Washington, D.C.
With a robust orientation behind them, eleven Hubert H. Humphrey Fellows from 10 emerging democracies and developing countries have embarked on a 10-month program involving graduate study, professional development and cultural exchange.
They have taken advantage of opportunities to learn and help others, including work with the local organization Layla’s Got You.
Centennial, Student Experience
Provided by the Association for Budgeting and Financial Management, the award honors his contributions to public administration, budgeting, financial management and fiscal policy analysis.
Awards & Honors
The Maxwell School faculty member will use the fellowship to engage the public on perceptions and governance of artificial intelligence.
Autonomous Systems, Awards & Honors
Dean David M. Van Slyke told the crowd that the year ahead will include celebrations and other engagement opportunities united by a theme borrowed from the Athenian Oath—‘Ever Strive.’
Centennial, School History
Prema Kurien and Janet M. Wilmoth received awards, and several faculty colleagues were elected to roles in the American Sociological Association.
Awards & Honors, Promotions & Appointments
The remarkable discovery of Fort Kormantine by archaeologist Christopher DeCorse illuminates a critical period in Atlantic history.
Africa (Sub-Saharan), Archaeology, Grant Awards, Migration, Student Experience, Trade
Matthew O’Leary joined the team of archaeologists led by Maxwell Professor Christopher DeCorse in coastal Ghana this past summer.