The Global Poverty Conference: Strategies, Solutions, and Networks was a great success thanks to the hard work and dedication of many individuals from Washington University’s Career Center, George Warren Brown School of Social Wor
Alumni Paul Scharre on Autonomous Weapons and the Future of War
Using his experience in researching and establishing policies on the future of autonomous weapons, Washington University alumni Paul Scharre spoke with IAS students and faculty about the benefits, dangers, and legal, ethical, and safety debates su
Obstacles to Takeup: Ecuador's Conditional Cash Transfer Program, the Bono de Desarrollo Humano
Professor Jim McGuire from Wesleyan University shared the conclusions he—and Wesleyan graduate Chloe S. Rinehart—discovered regarding Ecuador’s conditional cash transfer program, the Bono de Desarrollo Humano.
This year, Sigma Iota Rho planned and executed it’s first pre-orientation program--Gateway to Global Citizenship—through which first year students had the chance to explore both the St. Louis area as well as their new community here at Wash. U.
Diaspora Engagement versus Returnee Recruitment: Comparing Indian and Chinese Policies toward Highly Skilled Diasporas
This week’s IAS Speaker Series featured Professor Wei Li of Arizona State University as she presented her current research on highly skilled migrants who have left India and China for various receiving countries in the Global North.
Ibrahim Leadership and Dialogue Middle East Program
To kick start this year's Speaker Series, IAS students Yano Windmiller and Ahmet Yucesoy shared their summer experience in the Ibrahim and Queens College Student Leadership Program in the Middle East. The program allowed 15 US students from Muslim