Matthew Quallen (SFS’16) plans to use his recently awarded Marshall Scholarship to study the concept of animalization throughout history as he seeks advanced degrees overseas.
In a talk on Monday, Professor Steven Radelet called recent progress in global human development one of the “greatest achievements in human history. Radelet, who is Director of the Global Human Development Program, discusses these successes in his new book The Great Surge: The Ascent of the Developing World.
SFS Faculty discuss the recent terrorist attacks by ISIS in Paris. This is a collection of those stories, which will continue to be updated as the situation evolves.
Students learn how effective social movements develop and make an impact during a four-part seminar offered by Georgetown’s Beeck Center for Social Impact and Innovation.
Joanna Lewis, associate professor at the School of Foreign Service, explains five things we should all know about the U.N. climate change talks beginning today in Paris.
Professor Joanna Lewis published a paper on China’s non-fossil energy target and how the country’s methodology for calculating the target is neither transparently reported nor widely understood, in the journal “Science.”
Lauren Corke (GHD’16) describes her journey to the Global Human Development Program, through Peace Corps service in Africa to working on Professor Steven Radelet’s new book about the global poor.