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Third Kellogg International Scholar in Three Years Wins Rhodes (more...)


“What’s the Matter with Brazil?”
November 30 at 5:00 pm (more...)


New Book Explores Impact of “Cultural Entropy” on Media Campaigns in Ghana (more...)


Kellogg Advisory Board Member to Join Keough School (more...)


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Kellogg Advisory Board Member to Join Keough School Kellogg Advisory Board Member to Join Keough School
Ray Offenheiser ’71, a longtime member of the Kellogg Advisory Board, will join the Keough School faculty as Distinguished Professor of the Practice and director of the Notre Dame Initiative for Global Development.
Third Kellogg International Scholar in Three Years Wins RhodesThird Kellogg International Scholar in Three Years Wins Rhodes
Kellogg International Scholar Christa Grace Watkins ’17, who previously won the Truman Scholarship, has been selected to the United States Rhodes Scholar Class of 2017.

Doctoral Students and Faculty Learn from One of Their OwnDoctoral Students and Faculty Learn from One of Their Own
In a visit organized by current PhD Fellow Lucia Tiscornia, former PhD Fellow Javier Osorio returned to Kellogg to deliver a training on his cutting-edge research software.

Kellogg Helps Host Young Leaders from Latin America and the CaribbeanKellogg Helps Host Young Leaders from Latin America and the Caribbean
Fourteen young professionals from Latin America and the Caribbean interacted with the Kellogg community in a variety of ways this fall as part of a four-week leadership development program in South Bend.

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IN THE MEDIA

Fidel Castro, Cuban Revolutionary Who Defied U.S., Dies at 90Fidel Castro, Cuban Revolutionary Who Defied U.S., Dies at 90
Former Visiting Fellow Anthony DePalma authors Fidel Castro obituary (New York Times)
Professor casts doubts on benefits of FDI for developing countriesProfessor casts doubts on benefits of FDI for developing countries
Faculty Fellow Thomas Gresik says some countries may be worse off with FDI than without (fDiIntelligence.com)
Elected Hong Kong leaders to appeal disqualification for 'insincere' oathsElected Hong Kong leaders to appeal disqualification for 'insincere' oaths
Faculty Fellow Victoria Hui explains why young people in Hong Kong are calling for independence from China (CSMonitor.com)

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