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DGA Director, Dr. O'Meara, Presents at Australian Defense College

Dr. O'Meara received an invitation to present at the Australian Defense College's Joint Professional Military Education (JPME) Seminar. His presentation addressed ethics and law in relation to emerging technologies and its implication on the profession of arms and conduct of JPME in the future. Following the presentation, students had the [...]

Professor Simon Reich Presents his New Book in Vienna

Professor Simon Reich visited the Vienna School of International Studies to present his book, “The End of American Grand Strategy: Is Donald Trump so different from his predecessors?” The recording of his presentation can be found here.

Invitation to DGA's Inaugural Reich and Ferguson Fellowship Lectures - April 25, 2018

The Division of Global Affairs is pleased to invite you to our first set of fellowship lectures by inaugural Reich fellow Lillian Hussong and Ferguson Fellow Willa-Rae Witherow-Culpepper.    Lillian will present on  "The Role of Bureaucratic Politics in the US' Arctic and Baltic Strategies."   The United [...]

Spring 2018 Capstone Colloquium - "How to Conceptualize and Execute a Successful Search Strategy for your Career in International Relations"

Join us this Wednesday, 18th of April, when David Kirk will discuss how to conceptualize and execute a successful search strategy for your career in International Relations. He will also be present for some time after the session for individual help. Please note that his counsel will be mainly geared towards non-academic [...]

Spring 2018 Capstone Colloquium - "1918: The End of the 'War to End All Wars'; What Went Wrong?"

Join us this Wednesday, 11th of April, when Dr.Richard Langhorne will  talk about "1918: the end of the 'War to end all Wars'; what went wrong?" His talk will discuss the context in which the war ended, the process of making peace, including the establishment of the League of Nations, and the reasons why war was resumed [...]

Invitation to Lunch Reception with Dr. Richard Langhorne - April 11

The Division of Global Affairs is pleased to invite you to a lunch reception with one of ​DGA's founding directors, Dr.Richard Langhorne on the 11th of April. Dr. Langhorne will reflect on his career and share valuable insights on what it takes to engage in global leadership. Richard Langhorne was the founding director of DGA, Rutgers [...]

Invitation to DGA "Global Health" Signature Talk with Dr. Anoop Raman, 11th April

The Division of Global Affairs is pleased to invite you to the DGA Signature Talk by Dr. Anoop Raman on the 11th April. Dr.Raman will speak about global health under the umbrella theme of human security. The talk is titled, "From Global to Local -- What the Global South can teach us about bringing value to US healthcare."   [...]

Dr. Richard O'Meara Involved in Amicus Brief

April 5, 2018 - DGA Director Richard O'Meara, a retired United States Army Brigadier General, was one of 26 flag officers who filed an amicus brief in support of the state of Hawaii for the US Supreme Court trial "Trump v. Hawaii." Amicus briefs are legal documents filed in appellate court cases by non-litigants with a strong interest in the [...]

DGA Delegation Attends ISA Annual Convention

April 5, 2018 - The Rutgers Division of Global Affairs has a strong relationship with the International Studies Association (ISA).  Each year, ISA holds an annual convention where scholars from around the world convene to present their research.  The 59th Annual Convention is being held April 4-7, 2018 in San Francisco, California. [...]

Graduate Student Fellowship Seminar on April 04, 2018

On 4th of April, The Division of Global Affairs will be hosting a seminar for students to apply for competitive fellowships and scholarships to support research, pursue job opportunities, and understand eligibility requirements for fellowships such as the Fulbright, Boren, Bosch and Luce Fellowships. Specifically, students will learn:How [...]

Spring 2018 Capstone Colloquium - "Myths and Truths about Human Trafficking--Identifying and Advocating for the Victim."

The Rutgers Division of Global Affairs is pleased to invite you to our weekly Capstone Colloquium Series. Join us this Wednesday, 4th April, when Nora Cronin will talk to us about "Myths and Truths about Human Trafficking--Identifying and Advocating for the Victim." Nora M. Cronin, Esq. oversees the Response to Human [...]

PhD students Willa Culpepper, Lillian Hussong Present at Genocide Conference

March 30, 2018: Doctoral students Willa-Rae Culpepper and Lillian Hussong participated in the Emerging Scholars Conference on Genocide, Atrocity, and Human Rights on March 27, 2018 which was hosted by the Master of Arts in Holocaust & Genocide Studies Program at Stockton University.  The two presented on the newly launched Genocide & [...]

Invitation to Brown Bag Series with PhD Candidate Nuriyeni Kartika Bintarsari - March 28th

The Division of Global Affairs is pleased to invite you to our first Brown Bag seminar on March 28th. Doctoral candidate  Nuriyeni Kartika Bintarsari will present on "Countering Extremism in Southeast Asia: A Lesson on deradicalization and counter-radicalization programs in Indonesia." Nuriyeni Kartika Bintarsari is a doctoral [...]

Spring 2018 Capstone Colloquium - "Reversing the Effects of Conflict and Displacement: The Role of U.S. Universities and Colleges during Crisis."

Join us this Wednesday, 28th March, when Sarah Willcox and Nele Feldman will talk to us about  "Reversing the Effects of Conflict and Displacement: The Role of U.S. Universities and Colleges during Crisis." Sarah Willcox is the Director of the Institute of International Education (IIE) Scholar Rescue Fund. With over 15 [...]

PhD Candidate Yvan Ilunga Publishes Chapter in Edited Volume

March 26, 2018: PhD Candidate Yvan Yenda Ilunga recently published a chapter in the new edited volume Global Leadership Initiatives for Conflict Resolution and Peacebuilding with IGI Global Press. Yvan's chapter is titled "Regional Political Leadership and Policy Integration in Great Lakes Region of Africa." Congratulations, Yvan! [...]

Faculty, Graduate Students Meet With UN Genocide Prevention Office Delegates

March 23, 2018: Global Affairs Professor Alexander Hinton and Global Affairs graduate students Lillian Hussong and Willa-Rae Culpepper visited the United Nations Office on Genocide Prevention and the Responsiblity to Protect on Friday, March 23, 2018 in New York City.   The group met with delegates to discuss the launch of the Rutgers [...]

Spring 2018 Capstone Colloquium - "Myths and Truths about Human Trafficking--Identifying and Advocating for the Victim"

Join us this Wednesday, 21st March, when Nora Cronin will talk to us about "Myths and Truths about Human Trafficking--Identifying and Advocating for the Victim." Nora M. Cronin, Esq. oversees the Response to Human Trafficking and Unaccompanied Minors programs at the New York State Office of Temporary and Disability Assistance. [...]

Spring 2018 Capstone Colloquium - "John Patrick Joy and The Easter Rebellion 1916"

Join us this Wednesday, 7th of March, when Dr. Richard O'Meara will take us through a a rendition of John Patrick Joy’s foray into history. He will examine the concept of nationalism as it intersects with human rights and cosmopolitanism in the context of the Irish experience of 1916. Please find attached below a document with more information on [...]

Spring 2018 Capstone Colloquium - "An Immigrant’s Perspective on Diversity in America and the Privileges and Responsibilities of Citizenship"

Join us this Wednesday, 28th February, when Akbar Hossain  will talk to us about "An Immigrant’s Perspective on Diversity in America and the Privileges and Responsibilities of Citizenship." In preparation for his talk, please read Akbar's commentary for WHYY News on the White House's latest immigration proposal to [...]

Spring 2018 Capstone Colloquium - "Evolution of the U.S. Intelligence Community"

The Rutgers Division of Global Affairs is pleased to invite you to our weekly Capstone Colloquium Series Join us this Wednesday, 31st January, when Ms. Ava Majlesi, Acting Director, Institute for Violence Prevention and Community Safety, will talk to us about the "Evolution of the U.S. Intelligence Community." Majlesi has had a long and [...]

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