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Visiting Fellow Profile: Development Economist Margaret Triyana (more...)


Kellogg Advances Human Development Studies in the Keough School (more...)


Four Kellogg Students Awarded USAID Fellowships (more...)


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Kellogg Students Win NSF Graduate Research Fellowship AwardsKellogg Students Win NSF Graduate Research Fellowship Awards
A Kellogg doctoral student affiliate and a graduating senior who is a Kellogg international scholar have received prestigious National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship Program (NSF-GRFP) awards while three others received honorable mentions.
Corner Studies Role of Religion in Women’s Rights NormsCorner Studies Role of Religion in Women’s Rights Norms
Kellogg Dissertation Year Fellow Shanna Corner (sociology) focuses her research on the relationships between religion, law, and international human rights norms.
Young Argentine Leaders Explore Ethical Leadership at KelloggYoung Argentine Leaders Explore Ethical Leadership at Kellogg
Thirteen of Argentina’s most promising young leaders have arrived at Notre Dame to explore with scholars and local community leaders how values and leadership can intersect for the common good.
Four Kellogg Students Awarded USAID FellowshipsFour Kellogg Students Awarded USAID Fellowships
Two Kellogg doctoral student affiliates and two undergraduate Kellogg International Scholars have been selected by the US Agency for International Development (USAID) to receive the USAID Research and Innovation Fellowship in a program administered by NDIGD.

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Landmark study examines responses of Christians to religious persecutionGlobal persecution of Christians is 'growing worse than ever'
Faculty Fellow Daniel Philpott presents the report he co-directed at the National Press Club. (National Catholic Reporter)
Landmark study examines responses of Christians to religious persecutionLandmark study examines responses of Christians to religious persecution
Faculty Fellow Daniel Philpott introduced the "Under Caesar's Sword" study that he co-directed at its release in Washington last week.
7,000 FARC rebels are demobilizing in Colombia. But where do they go next? 7,000 FARC rebels are demobilizing in Colombia. But where do they go next?
Faculty Fellow Sarah Zukerman Daly draws on her research to outline the pros and cons of various demobilization strategies. (Monkey Cage, Washington Post)

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