Earth Institute’s Sara Sievers to Speak on International Development
Sara Sievers, a principal thought leader in the field of international development practice and education, will deliver two talks in September.
Award-Winning Book Offers New Theory on Democratization in Latin America
A new book by Faculty Fellow Scott Mainwaring and former Visiting Fellow Aníbal Pérez-Liñán has won two major prizes in comparative politics.
Kellogg Fellows Highlight Sustainable Housing Solutions for Haiti
The "E2E Expo," a game-day open house, will show how Faculty Fellows Tracy Kijewski-Correa and Alexandros Taflanidis and their students are addressing Haiti’s housing crisis. (video and story)
Jensen: Chinese Government Threatened by Christianity
Chinese authorities are breaking their own laws in continuing what local church leaders call a campaign against Christianity, says Faculty Fellow Lionel Jensen.
Can US defeat Islamic State without help from Assad?
Faculty Fellow Michael Desch in the Christian Science Monitor (story & video)
Faculty Fellow Lionel Jensen in the Washington Post and New York Times
Pope Francis heads to South Korea for first visit to Asia
For Chinese, Pope Seems Worlds Away in South Korea
More stories and video here
Faculty Fellow Rev. Daniel Groody, CSC, in National Catholic Register, speaks to the levels of violence in Central America that have led to the surge in unaccompanied children crossing the US border.
Should Colleges Help Undocumented Students?
Faculty Fellow Rev. Daniel Groody, CSC, explains how Catholic social teaching leads Catholic colleges to support undocumented students. (Chronicle of Higher Education)
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