Recent Highlights

  • Speaker of the Iraqi Parliament H.E. Dr. Saleem Al-jubouri Visits Tufts University

    On January 27, H.E. Dr. Saleem al-Jubouri, speaker of the Iraqi Parliament, and a highly acclaimed Sunni leader who has served as a member of Iraqi Parliament since 2005, was awarded the Robert and JoAnn Bendetson Public Diplomacy Award at a talk sponsored by the Fletcher School and the IGL.

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  • PNDP Exhibition Opening: "More than Pain: Documenting Palliative Care in Kenya"

    An opening reception was held on Tuesday, January 26, 2016 for the exhibition "More than Pain: Documenting Palliative Care in Kenya" in the Slater Concourse Gallery. The show was part of a collaborative effort of young, Kenyan photographers and students from the Program for Narrative and Documentary Practice (PNDP) at Tufts to bring a human face to this issue.

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  • Ariane Chebel d'Appollonia Speaks to EPIIC Class

    Professor Ariane Chebel d'Appollonia lectured for EPIIC on comparative European and U.S. immigration policies, the "securitization" of migration, and the dynamics of integration and the "fear of the other."

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  • Dynamics Enabling the Ebola Vaccine Program

    Kai-Moritz Keller, MALD ’16 The Fletcher School Capstone Research: Dynamics enabling the Ebola vaccine program.  Kai’s received a Hamlin Research Scholarship from the IGL to support his research.

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  • Lithuania and Stuttgart

    Fletcher School students Victoria Barber, Andrew Koch and Kaitlyn Neuberger recently traveled to Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania and Germany to conduct research on the risks of Russian hybrid warfare, focusing on the Baltics. The team’s research was supported by an IGL scholarship with funding from a grant from the Carnegie Corporation of New York.

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  • Update from the Baltics

    Fletcher School students Victoria Barber, Andrew Koch and Kaitlyn Neuberger recently traveled to Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania and Germany to conduct research on the risks of Russian hybrid warfare, focusing on the Baltics. The team’s research was supported by an IGL scholarship with funding from a grant from the Carnegie Corporation of New York.

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  • Building Solar Food Dehydrators in The Gambia by Whitney Ceeesay

    Whitney Ceesay, a student in Tufts REAL (Resumed Education for Adult Learning) program, recently traveled to The Gambia to continue work on her solar dehydrating project, empowering women to increase food security in Tanjay, The Gambia.  Whitney’s project was supported with an EMPOWER Scholarship from the IGL.

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  • Search for New IGL Director

    Tufts University seeks to recruit an outstanding new Director of the Institute for Global Leadership (IGL).

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