At the end of each semester, Global Affairs hosts a Research Week where majors, minors, graduate students, and students in Global Affairs courses can submit their original work. Please congratulate the awardees for Spring 2023 and those who received Honorable Mentions.
I had the wonderful opportunity to present my work at the CHSS Undergraduate Research Symposium to other students in the CHSS school, my friends and family, and judges all from different departments under the CHSS program.
I feel so honored to have been selected as a Finalist for the Fulbright ETA scholarship program in Taiwan. This award was made possible by my peers, mentors, professors, and friends in the GLOA department and off-campus who encouraged me along my journey of studying and working in Global Affairs
Afghanistan and The Way Forward: Incorporating Indigenous Knowledge into Policymaking has been published in Vol 14, Issue 1 of the Global Policy Journal at Durham University. Read this paper summary by Moheb Jabarkhail.
We consider how power asymmetries and entrenched political, social, and economic forces can both produce contemporary global environmental challenges, from the climate and extinction crises to conflicts over extraction and energy transitions, and undermine solutions to them.