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Human Dignity and Other Lessons from Former IDS Minor Kristen Kelly (more...)


Seven Kellogg Undergraduates Win Fulbrights (more...)


New Working Paper: "Power, Markets, and Top Income Shares" by Evelyne Huber, Jingjing Huo, and John D. Stephens (more...)


PhD Fellow Stephanie Israel Wins Fulbright for Research in Brazil (more...)


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Former Visiting Fellow Named Andrew Carnegie FellowFormer Visiting Fellow Named Andrew Carnegie Fellow
Former Visiting Fellow Mala Htun is one of 32 scholars awarded a major new national fellowship, which she will use to continue her work on the political economy of gender disadvantage.

Seven Kellogg Undergraduates Win FulbrightsSeven Kellogg Undergraduates Win Fulbrights
Seven out of ten Notre Dame seniors receiving Fulbright awards for research, teaching, and continued studies are undergraduate participants in Kellogg programs.

“New Frontiers” Series Features Five Leading Development Economists “New Frontiers” Series Features Five Leading Development Economists
Faculty Fellow Joseph Kaboski organized the ongoing series “New Frontiers in Economic Development” to introduce the campus community to research at the forefront of development economics.

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IN THE MEDIA

Can religion and politics mix—for good, not evil?Can religion and politics mix—for good, not evil?
Faculty Fellow Scott Appleby, Dean of the Keough School, shares provocative thinking about role of religious communities in peacebuilding (Religion News Service)

Rev. Robert Dowd, CSCNew Nigerian Leader Buhari Seen as "No Nonsense" Ruler Who Will Deal with Boko Haram
Faculty Fellow Rev. Robert Dowd, CSC on the landmark election in Nigeria (Aleteia)

http://internacional.elpais.com/internacional/2015/03/27/actualidad/1427484973_254521.htmlPor qué el Gobierno reprime la auditoría social en México
Societal accountability is under attack in Mexico, says Faculty Fellow Guillermo Trejo in an op-ed in El País.

Scott MainwaringProtestos podem revigorar a democracia
"Protests can reinvigorate democracy," Faculty Fellow Scott Mainwaring says in an interview in Época (Brazil)

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