Diplomacy Announces New Centers
The School of Diplomacy and International Relations recently announced the establishment of three new academic centers.
Bartoli on NGOs and Peacemaking
Diplomacy's Dean Andrea Bartoli inaugurates Peace and Conflict Studies Speaker Series on March 24 at 12:30 p.m.
New Diplomacy Course Offerings in D.C.
The School of Diplomacy is pleased to announce two new course offerings in Washington, D.C., beginning Fall 2014.
Basque Country Peace Project
A team from the School of Diplomacy is participating in the development of a peace plan for the Basque Country.
Professor Balmaceda Has New Book
School of Diplomacy faculty member Margarita Balmaceda looks at the politics of post-Soviet energy dependency.
Diplomacy Faculty Wins Book Award
Dr. Zheng Wang from the School of Diplomacy and International Relations has been awarded the Yale H. Ferguson Award.
Diplomacy Welcomes New Faculty
Seven new faculty members joined the School of Diplomacy this fall bringing diverse backgrounds and research agendas.
On the Road this Summer
School of Diplomacy faculty members are traveling across the globe this summer, guest teaching, conducting research, working with NGOs and more.
Talk the Talk and Walk the Walk
Active learning projects guided by Diplomacy faculty yield significant return on investment for students.
Accomplishments of Presidential Caliber
The School of Diplomacy is proud to announce three finalists for the Presidential Management Fellowship (PMF), Class of 2013.