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Acemoglu to Deliver O’Donnell Memorial LectureAcemoglu to Deliver O’Donnell Memorial Lecture
MIT economist Daron Acemoglu, whose work explores the definitive role of institutions in determining why some countries are rich and others poor, has been chosen to deliver the 2015 Guillermo O’Donnell Memorial Lecture.

Kellogg Welcomes Two New Visiting FellowsKellogg Welcomes Two New Visiting Fellows
Political scientists Bumba Mukherjee and Mathew Singer join the Kellogg community as visiting fellows for the spring semester.

Beatty Appointed Associate Dean of Keough SchoolBeatty Appointed Associate Dean of Keough School
Kellogg Faculty Fellow Ted Beatty has been appointed the associate dean for academic affairs of Notre Dame’s new Keough School of Global Affairs.





Rev. Robert Pelton, CSCPossible acceleration of Oscar Romero's sainthood cause creates mixed emotions
Faculty Fellow Rev. Robert Pelton, CSC, and other participants in Kellogg conference on Romero weigh in (National Catholic Reporter).

Michael DeschObama Unveils 'New Approach' on Cuba as Former Foes Chart New Course
Faculty Fellow Michael Desch calls step "long overdue." (NPR)

Mary Ellen O'ConnellCIA report: 'Torture is a crime and those responsible must be brought to justice'
Faculty Fellow Mary Ellen O'Connell says the US is obligated under international law "to investigate and prosecute the commission of torture." (the Guardian)



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