Feinstein joins the governing board of the official U.S. memorial to the Holocaust.
According to a new paper produced by an SGIS faculty member and her students, the governmental incentives often touted as engines for jobs may do too little to directly target employment growth and may not be well assessed for actual economic impact.
Connie May of Near Eastern Languages and Cultures honored with IU staff merit award.
- 03:30 p.m. - 05:00 p.m
Hazelbaker Hall (Wells Library, Scholars' Commons, Room E159)
The IU Libraries cordially invites SGIS graduate students to an Open House. Hosted by international and area studies librarians. Touch base with SGIS friends and colleagues. Enjoy a selection of international food. No RSVPs necessary.
- 04:00 p.m. - 05:15 p.m
IMU Frangipani Room
A panel discussion on international trade with Professors Mostafa Beshkar, Ahmad Lashkaripour, Volodymyr Lugovskyy, and Gustavo Torrens of the Department of Economics in the College of Arts and Sciences. A public reception will take place immediately after the program. [Event summary] The discussion will focus on the following questions: What role does international trade play in economic development? Who benefits and who gets hurt by international trade? Are trade agreements like NAFTA or TPP really such bad deals? What are the costs and benefits of tariffs and other trade restrictions?
- 08:45 a.m. - 02:30 p.m
The 2017 Symposium on Sustainable development will be a day-long discussion of what is "sustainable development" and how it can be applied to Human Migration. There are many reasons why people migrate, both voluntarily and involuntarily, and every nation on this planet has been shaped by the movement of our populations. Any member of the campus community is welcome to attend for free, so stop by when your schedule allows!