Near Eastern Cultures and English major Kyra Triebold & NELC and art history major Lauren Ehrmann among five high-achieving students selected.
A teacher for more than four decades at IU, Beckwith is a renowned scholar in Central Asian studies who has developed 48 courses at the university.
Internationally-recognized scholar of Tibetan Studies served on Central Eurasian Studies faculty for more than a quarter of a century.
Asma Afsaruddin and Abdulkader Sinno part of new consortium creating series on religion and ethics.
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.
SGIS Dean Lee Feinstein and Director of the Institute for Korean Studies at SGIS Seung-kyung Kim joined Indiana University President Michael McRobbie for part of a week-long trip to Korea and China, thanking new partners and meeting with IU alumni.
Connie May of Near Eastern Languages and Cultures honored with IU staff merit award.
The latest initiation of members into the country’s oldest and most prestigious academic honor society included several SGIS students.
Free and independent media reporting across the world was the focus for a School of Global and International Studies kickoff event with the National Endowment for Democracy on Dec. 1 and is part of the focus for a new partnership between SGIS and NED.
Former U.S. Sen. Richard G. Lugar and two of his successors representing Indiana in the U.S. Senate will discuss efforts to secure nuclear and chemical weapons in a Dec. 9 symposium marking the 25th anniversary of the Nunn-Lugar Cooperative Threat Reduction Program.
Indiana University President Michael A. McRobbie is leading a delegation to South Korea and China, where he will deliver opening remarks at a U.S.-Chinese symposium on the impact of the research of Elinor Ostrom, the late Nobel laureate and IU Distinguished Professor.
Postdoctoral position, numerous student internships part of partnership with National Endowment for Democracy.
Prior to the Dec. 9 Nunn-Lugar program event at SGIS, a look back at what the deal meant 25 years ago and now.
As part of a mission to inspire new diplomats and understanding of what they do, award-winning documentary filmmaker David Holbrooke spoke about and screened his film “The Diplomat” at the Indiana University Bloomington campus on Nov. 17, 2016.
Former U.S. Sen. Richard Lugar, a Distinguished Scholar and professor of practice in the Indiana University School of Global and International Studies, has received the J. William Fulbright Prize for International Understanding.
Narendra Jadhav will meet with faculty and students at SGIS.
Dean takes part in discussion examining the rise of populism in Europe and the U.S. in the wake of Brexit and in the days before the U.S. election.
Award-winning documentary filmmaker David Holbrooke will speak about and screen his film “The Diplomat” at the Indiana University Bloomington campus.
Days before the presidential election, SGIS Distinguished Scholar and longtime U.S. Senator Richard Lugar sat before a large crowd at the Chicago Humanities Festival to give his take on some of the toughest matters facing the next president.
Prince Mansour bin Nasser bin Abdulaziz Al Saud of Saudi Arabia visits IU Bloomington campus.
Though the effort failed, faculty member Laszlo Borhi writes it has a lasting legacy.
Carnegie Corporation of New York has awarded Indiana University’s Russian and East European Institute $1 million to create a Russian Studies Workshop and bolster Russian studies at IU.
As part of a partnership between the Jacobs School of Music and the Madhusudan and Kiran C. Dhar India Studies Program in IU's School of Global and International Studies, students, faculty and staff got to see world class music for free from India’s foremost classical musician.
Even as the presidential debates veered sometimes far away from the globe’s most pressing problems, two panels featuring expertise from the IU School of Global and International Studies examined the issues head on.
Indiana University Bloomington Provost and Executive Vice President Lauren Robel is traveling to India to enhance relationships with key university partners and alumni and announce an agreement with one of the country's most dynamic institutions, Ambedkar University Delhi.
WFIU to broadcast discussions with IU foreign policy experts on issues facing the next president.
Speaking of his “teenage country,” the prime minister of Timor-Leste Dr. Rui Maria de Araújo shared the growing pains and highlights of his nation during an address sponsored by the IU School of Global and International Studies.
The Peace Corps has added Indiana University Bloomington to its list of more than 25 partner institutions for Peace Corps Prep, a program designed to provide students with the skills needed for service and careers in international development.
Dr. Rui Maria de Araújo, prime minister of the Southeast Asian nation Timor-Leste, will speak Wednesday, Sept. 28, at Indiana University Bloomington as part of the IU School of Global and International Studies' Distinguished Diplomat Speaker Series.
The Indiana University School of Global and International Studies is welcoming its largest group of Direct Admit Scholars with the start of fall semester classes on Aug. 22, part of an historically-high achieving class of first-year students at IU.
LinkedIn places Bloomington as a small city springboard to launching careers abroad.
The former chair of a United Nations inquiry on North Korea’s alleged human rights violations will address the Indiana University School of Global and International Studies on Thursday, Sept. 22.
Dignitaries from Indiana University and from across the world gathered at the School of Global and International Studies auditorium on Friday, Sept. 9 for a celebration marking the start of the Institute for Korean Studies.
On Friday, Sept. 9, Indiana University will launch its Institute for Korean Studies, created through generous support from The Korea Foundation, whose contribution also made possible the first endowed chair in Korean studies.
A “Cinema under the stars” presentation featured a Japanese anime classic and filled the grass on the south side of the building.
The European Commission has awarded the Institute for European Studies at the Indiana University School of Global and International Studies a three-year grant to support research, new course offerings and career-enhancing opportunities for students.
Agreement will allow the institute to expand its offerings, spread its work wider.
Grammy-award winning Amjad Ali Khan is artist-in-residence at IU through Oct. 22. His presence part of a joint agreement with the Dhar India Studies department at SGIS.
The School of Global and International Studies continues to grow its ranks of the leading scholars and instructors. A new group of faculty has joined SGIS as the school continues the biggest commitment to growth of any international affairs institution. The latest hires are part of a two year plan to hire 25 new faculty.
For the second consecutive year, SGIS through the Center for the Study of Global Change gives Fulbright students from around the world their U.S. introduction in Bloomington.
Prestigious think tank elects McRobbie. SGIS Dean Lee Feinstein, faculty member Lee Hamilton, and others at SGIS in the CFR.
Faculty in Europe for the vote report Europeans in shock over the outcome. Dean Feinstein notes the possible return of "geopolitics" in Europe is bad for the U.S.
Hilary E. Kahn, a part of the administrative team at the Indiana University School of Global and International Studies since 2014, will now be the assistant dean for international education and global initiatives. Kahn was previously the assistant dean for strategic collaborations at SGIS.
Indiana University President Michael A. McRobbie led an IU delegation to Italy and Poland from May 25 to June 3. The IU delegation celebrated anniversaries of relationships with key university partners and worked to enhance existing relationships and develop new ones in these countries.
Starting in the fall, the IU School of Global and International Studies will serve as the administrative hub for the U.S. Department of State’s “Diplomacy Lab” program, which calls upon faculty and their students from across the campus to consider policy solutions for urgent diplomatic issues identified by the federal agency.
The sixth annual Institute for Curriculum and Campus Internationalization brought a capacity group of participants from far and wide to the four-day conference May 22-25 at IU Bloomington.
Officers from the U.S. Army came to learn about national security, strategic planning and crisis management from IU experts as part of an ongoing partnership with the Institute for Defense and Business. The Center on American and Global Security in the IU School of Global and International Studies and the Kelley School of Business partnered for the three-week IU-IDB Strategic Studies Fellows Program.
Dunn gives perspective on the shortfalls of humanitarian aid derived from her personal experience in a refugee camp.
Feinstein part of visit to renew agreements in Poland, where he served as U.S. ambassador.
As voters in Britain hold a referendum on Thursday (June 23) on whether to keep their country in the European Union, two faculty members at the School of Global and International Studies foresee consequences for a vote to leave.
REEI Asst. Dir. for Student Services Emily Liverman writes in Advising Today about creating a system for mentoring to help master's students succeed.
"Contemporary Issues in Islam" places the discussion of Islam in a modern context, examining issues surrounding the Muslim faith, including politics, gender roles, and Islamic law.
The IU School of Global and International Studies celebrated its graduates for the first time in the new Global and International Studies building on Saturday, May 7, 2016.
IU's recipients of the Boren Scholarships are both from SGIS and both will use their award to study for a year in Turkey.
Award comes for exhibiting tolerance, understanding, and commitment to service while pursuing academic and professional goals.
Hamilton addresses the annual interfaith celebration of academic achievement.
Institute for European Studies hosting the event for third straight year, giving participants a chance to inhabit the roles of EU representatives.
SGIS assistant professor joins a dozen researchers in group focused on Japan expertise.
In ceremonies on April 2 and 3, SGIS gave the latest Direct Admit students a chance to find out what they're in for and honored outstanding scholarship recipients.
Part of CFR series "The Future of Europe," the Dean asks ambassadors to consider the current problems facing their countries and their neighbors.
The next president's foreign policy in box was the focus of sessions over the two-day conference which attracted policy experts, sitting and former congressmen, and others to discuss the difficult issues.
Arabic Flagship selection adds to IU history of flagships. No other university has as many language flagships.
Professor Asaad Al-Saleh puts down the stories of the uprising.
Assistant Professor of East Asian International Relations co-authors article with Naval War College's Andrew Erickson on China's military, which is still growing, but at an adjusted pace.
The new Global and International Studies building earns the second-highest rating available from the green-building certification program.
Stephen Macekura of SGIS International Studies writes at "First Year 2017" that next president must consider climate change as a national security threat.
Dana Vanderburgh travels to Panama with fellow IU student as part of Movement Exchange, a cultural understanding program through dance.
Gene Coyle comes in from the cold and tells SGIS students about his remarkable experience in espionage.
Ireri Perez has studied social injustice in India, took part in semester-long study in Ecuador.
IU Bloomington Provost Lauren Robel points out highlights of the last year and what's to come at SGIS.
Longtime faculty member is the director of academic initiatives and experiential learning. She'll work on matters dealing with student opportunities for learning in and out of the classroom.
Anna Williams, who holds an international studies bachelor's and is completing a master's at SGIS, began two-year Trustee term last fall.
Foundation for Iranian studies awards Beben
The former ambassador and current SGIS faculty member analyzes the future of talks about the nuclear power.
In midst of Paris talks, a discussion of what's possible and what may come in global talks.
Dean part of panel during “Law, Justice, and Development Week” organized by the World Bank Group.
President Obama bestows nation's highest civilian honor on the longtime congressman, co-chair on the 9-11 commission.
Joint panel of SGIS and SPEA tries to place Paris attacks in perspective.
The world-renowned cellist brings a special presentation on music and culture to SGIS.
Doug Goldstein joins the School as the new Assistant Dean for Planning and Growth.
Academy inducts Istrabadi during ceremonies held in Cambridge, Mass.
AWSS presents Phillips with 2015 Outstanding Achievement Award as a "distinguished scholar, caring mentor, a model activist, efficient administrator, and an esteemed colleague."
The American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages has named Antonia Schleicher, executive director of the IU’s Center for Language Excellence as recipient of its 2015 Wilga Rivers Award for Leadership in Foreign Language Education.
A lineup of SGIS faculty examine the complexities of the agreement on Iran's nuclear program before an overflow crowd.
In a new article posted at the Foreign Affairs magazine web site, Dean Lee Feinstein and co-author Tod Lindberg write about the somewhat secretive U.S. government body that seeks to keep atrocities from happening in areas of conflict across the world.
Indiana University is making one of the nation’s largest investments in international studies with nine new hires.
While European governments are considering building new camps for the thousands of Syrian and Eritrean refugees crossing their borders, an Indiana University professor said the current crisis has been caused by the very solution now under discussion.