Recent Highlights

  • IGL Alumni Share Experiences in Business in Career Panel

    The mission of the Institute for Global Leadership is to prepare students to play active roles in their communities, whether at the local, national or global level. As such, the IGL plans to bring alumni back to Tufts regularly to share their experiences as part of the IGL Alumni Careers Series.

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  • Dangerous Gaps: Evan Osnos

    On November 13, New Yorker Reporter Evan Osnos delivered a public lecture at Tufts on “The U.S. and North Korea: A View from the Ground Up”, based on his recent visit to the country and his long-term reporting on the region.

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  • Announcing an Institute for Global Leadership Challenge Grant!

    We are very excited about the upcoming year for IGL!  EPIIC will be tackling “Is the Liberal World Order Ending?”; ALLIES will be holding its annual civil-military conference on the defense industry and the global arms trade; Engineers Without Borders has started two new projects in Malawi and Nicaragua; BUILD Latin America has started two new projects in Ecuador and Honduras; NIMEP is explori

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  • A Better Future Is Possible: Mac Maharaj at Tufts

    In October, the Institute for Global Leadership had the pleasure and privilege of hosting Mac Maharaj on campus. One of the founding fathers of post-apartheid South Africa, Maharaj was a member of Nelson Mandela’s inner circle during the days of resistance in South Africa.

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  • Watch a video as Abi Williams talks with Fletcher School Dean James Stravidis about his career

    Abi Williams (Fletcher MALD ’86, Ph.D. ’87), Director of the Institute for Global Leadership (IGL) and Professor of International Politics at The Fletcher School, sat down with Fletcher’s Dean James Stavridis to chat about his career and his return to Fletcher.

    Williams discussed the following:

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  • Buhoro, buhoro: Aegis Trust and Peacebuilding in Rwanda By Alexandra LaRosa, Fletcher MALD Candidate 2018

    When friends and family ask how I’m enjoying my time in Rwanda, I automatically default to saying that Rwanda is beautiful. If I say this to Rwandan’s who ask how I find their country, however, they often become dismayed. “What about it is beautiful,” some will respond, prompting me to come up with a more original review.

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