Keeping up with Kellogg 

Volume 2 |  Issue 2

Our students and scholars come to the Kellogg Institute for International Studies because of their shared interest in democracy and human development. When they leave campus, that doesn’t change. Keeping up with Kellogg is a semiannual feature highlighting the work of those connected with the Institute, both past and present. The links below spotlight what some members of the Kellogg community did in the fall of 2019, and more comprehensive lists of community news can be found via the links in each section.

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‘They Are Defined By Their Value': Busingye Receives Ford Family Award

Rose Busingye, the founder of a Ugandan NGO that helps women and children with HIV/AIDs, received the 2019 Ford Family Notre Dame Award for International Development and Solidarity in September. The ceremony honoring her efforts was one of a number of events hosted by the Kellogg Institute for International Studies in the fall of 2019.


Read more about the Institute’s work – and updates from our current and former scholars around the world – in this edition of Keeping Up With Kellogg.

What We're...


The "What We're..." series is a collection of brief reflections written by Kellogg-affiliated scholars on a subject of their choice, explaining a current topic of scholarly reflection – what they're excited about, concerned over, following closely, reading, etc. To submit a reflection, contact for more information.