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Faculty Fellow Elizabeth "Liddy" Tuleja has won a Fulbright US Scholar Award to teach intercultural communication and global leadership in ChinaFaculty Fellow Liddy Tuleja Named Fulbright Scholar
Faculty Fellow Elizabeth "Liddy" Tuleja has won a Fulbright US Scholar Award to teach intercultural communication and global leadership in China.
Faculty Fellow to Address US Bishops on Refugees and MigrationFaculty Fellow to Address US Bishops on Refugees and Migration
Faculty Fellow Rev. Daniel Groody, CSC will address the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops on the theology of migration during the bishops’ annual Spring General Assembly, June 14-15, in Indianapolis.

Q & A with Dissertation Year Fellow Rodrigo Castro CornejoQ & A with Dissertation Year Fellow Rodrigo Castro Cornejo
Kellogg Dissertation Year Fellow Rodrigo Castro Cornejo, who has just defended his dissertation, studies the influence of political campaigns on voting behavior in new democracies.

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Bergstrand insta a España a ser una economía abierta tras recesiónUAW, expert says AM General plan to sell St. Joseph County plant saves jobs
Faculty Fellow Jeffrey Bergstrand explains that in an increasingly globalized world, foreign investment in a local firm preserves jobs and ultimately protects worker rights. (WSBT News)
Holy Cross priest presents reflection on immigration issues for bishopsHoly Cross priest presents reflection on immigration issues for bishops
Faculty Fellow Rev. Daniel Groody, CSC, speaks to US bishops on the tensions in the topic of immigration (includes video). (Catholic News Service)
These researchers just debunked an all-too-common belief about refugeesThese researchers just debunked an all-too-common belief about refugees
Faculty Fellow Bill Evans finds that refugees experience a rapid increase in employment rates and earnings over time (Wonkblog, Washington Post)

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