Professor Karen Ross discusses her new co-authored textbook and research methodology and her scholar-practitioner-teacher work with PhD Candidate Denise Muro.
CRHSGG celebrates Prof. Pugh’s latest publication advancing our understanding of migration, peacebuilding, and human security.
CRHSGG Makes a Substantial Appearance at the International Studies Association (ISA) Annual Convention
The Department of Conflict Resolution, Human Security, and Global Governance is making a big appearance at the ISA Convention this week!
Professor Jeffrey Pugh discusses his new book, The Invisibility Bargain: Governance Networks and Migrant Human Security, with PhD Candidate Denise Muro.
The Department of Conflict Resolution, Human Security, and Global Governance celebrates Professor Maria Ivanova's new book, the first of three faculty book launches this semester.
“The Class That Changed My Life”: Making Policy for People, and Receiving the Janet Yellen Award for Outstanding Work in Community Development
Bingulac recently accepted the Janet Yellen Award for Outstanding Work in Community Development, a recognition of her ongoing efforts in racial and economic justice.
Maria Ivanova speaks with PhD student Shino Yokotsuka
MGS Staff Reflects on The One-Year Anniversary of Virtual Learning, Says “Keeping a Sense of Community” Is Key
Since the pandemic, MGS staff members have continued to provide invaluable support & services to faculty & students alike. Jack Li, Program Assistant in the MGS Dean’s Office & Emily Kennerley, Development & Outreach Coordinator for PAC share their perspective on keeping the MGS community together.
Professor Kyungmin Kim came to the United States from South Korea in 2006 to earn her PhD, & subsequently had two impressive post-doctoral fellowships before joining the Department of Gerontology in 2015. In the Lunar New Year, she began a new role at her alma mater, Seoul National University (SNU).
Two first semester Management of Aging Services (MAS) students, Josiane Hilaire (left) & Linda Jacobson (right), share their perspective of navigating the nuances of online learning and virtual collaboration during the pandemic.