Senior Aditya Pande, an International Economics major, met with his International Finance professor, Fuad Hasanov, in office hours. He left with a proposal to publish research with two Senior Economists at the IMF.
Georgetown alum A. Wess Mitchell (MAGES ’04) was sworn into the position of Assistant Secretary of State for European and Eurasian Affairs last month. He previously served as president and CEO of the Center for European Policy Analysis.
Three SFS students joined Derek Goldman, professor and Co-Director of the Laboratory for Global Performance and Politics, this summer on a trip to Segovia, Spain, where they debuted their original piece, I PLEDGE ALLEGIANCE: An Immigrant Anthology, in front of international audiences.
In an article for Sohu, medical anthropology professor Emily Mendenhall said that a mix of medical, social, economic, cultural, and psychological factors contributed to a person developing diabetes, and called for a holistic approach to its treatment.
Alumna and Rhodes Scholar Finalist Rachel Azafrani (SFS ’17) hopes to earn a scholarship to pursue her research interests at the University of Oxford.
Ann Yang (SFS’16), Philip Wong (SFS’15), and Diana Rau (SFS’12) were named to Forbes’ 30 Under 30 for their successful social entrepreneurship. Ann Yang and Philip Wong are cofounders of MISFIT Juicery, which transforms “ugly,” traditionally discarded produce into hip cold-pressed juice. Diana Tsai founded Veterati, a digital platform that connects veterans and their spouses with mentors and job opportunities.
“Days after the Trump administration ignited a public uproar by moving to allow hunters to bring the remains of dead elephants ‘bagged’ in Zambia and Zimbabwe back into the United States,” Professor Monica Medina writes, “President Trump unexpectedly changed his tune.”