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Beyond Study Abroad: Opportunities and Success Stories from Students in the Institutes (more...)

Kellogg Welcomes New Visiting Fellows (more...)


Are Islam and Democracy Compatible?
Alfred Stepan, Sept. 22
(watch video here)


2017-18 Visiting Fellows Competition Deadline: October 1 (more...)

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NEWS & FEATURES

“A new beginning for my country”“A new beginning for my country”
As Colombia’s October 2 plebiscite nears, PhD Fellow Juan Albarracín Dierolf reflects on the country’s peace accord and the road forward.

New Distinguished Research Affiliates Join Kellogg CommunityNew Distinguished Research Affiliates Join Kellogg Community
Senior scholars from Cornell, Vanderbilt, and the University of Texas, Austin, have been named Kellogg Distinguished Research Affiliates.
Kellogg Welcomes New Visiting FellowsKellogg Welcomes New Visiting Fellows
Seven new visiting fellows—an economist, a sociologist, an anthropologist, and four political scientists—are settling in at the Kellogg Institute, joined by four guest scholars.

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IN THE MEDIA

In Mexico, volunteers dig deeper to get out the (US) voteIn Mexico, volunteers dig deeper to get out the (US) vote
Faculty Fellow Jorge Bustamante on why the "American Mexican" population is so important in this election (CSMonitor.com)
Should College Be Free? Experts Pick SidesShould College Be Free? Experts Pick Sides
Faculty Fellow Susan Blum says no, exploring the question of what college is for. (WalletHub)
EU risks trade impotency as critics target Canada dealEU risks trade impotency as critics target Canada deal
Faculty Fellow Jeffrey Bergstrand warns of the danger of protectionism (Reuters)

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