• SENATOR DURBIN (SFS‘66, L‘69) RECOGNIZED WITH TIMOTHY S. HEALY, S.J. AWARD FOR EXEMPLARY SERVICE TO THE COMMON GOOD

    SENATOR DURBIN (SFS‘66, L‘69) RECOGNIZED WITH TIMOTHY S. HEALY, S.J. AWARD FOR EXEMPLARY SERVICE TO THE COMMON GOOD

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SFS Leadership Engages with Alumni, Friends in Nigeria and South Africa

SFS Dean Joel Hellman and Professor Scott Taylor, Director of the African Studies Program, recently visited Nigeria and South Africa to meet with SFS alumni and friends in the region. They explored partnerships with a range of stakeholders in each country, as SFS looks to deepen academic, business, and philanthropic relationships on the continent.

Maxwell Hamilton (SFS ’04) on the Future of Democracy in Myanmar

In a discussion hosted by the International Institute for Strategic Studies, Maxwell Hamilton (SFS ’04), visiting fellow at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, analyzed how the current crisis with the Rohingya Muslim minority is affecting Myanmar’s transition to a liberal democracy.