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INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS NEWS

Philbrick Yadav on Yemen and Middle East Politics

In a July 17 interview with E-International Relations, the world's leading open access website for students and scholars of international politics, Associate Professor of Political Science Stacey Philbrick Yadav discusses the current state of Middle East political science research, the political circumstances of the Yemeni-Saudi war and the humanitarian fallout of that war. Regarding the relative...  More >>

Ashdown Examines Cross-Cultural Impact

Assistant Professor of Psychology Brien K. Ashdown is traveling to Japan this summer to present research at two international conferences. "My attendance at these two conferences is particularly important because of their international focus," explains Ashdown, a cross-cultural psychologist who specializes in the impact that cultural influence has on adolescent social development. "Both organizat...  More >>

Walter '16 Named Young Botanist of the Year

The Botanical Society of America has named Lauren Walter '16 a Young Botanist of the Year, a prestigious national honor bestowed on 25 graduating seniors for outstanding work in the plant sciences. "Being nominated for and receiving the Young Botanist of the Year award helped me realize how much I have learned and accomplished at HWS," says Walter. A biology major and a mathematics and internatio...  More >>

Record Number of Salisbury Awardees

This year, five Hobart and William Smith students have received the Charles H. Salisbury Summer International Internship Stipend, enabling them to explore their futures with internships at leading companies and organizations in a combined total of seven countries on five continents. Selected from a pool of competitive applicants, Christian Damico '17, Karoline Loretan '17, Griffin Marsh '17, Kati...  More >>

HWS Grows Peace Corps Numbers

As Commencement 2016 approaches, Elizabeth C. Lunderman '16 and Thomas A. Ramage '16 prepare for their two-year commitments to the Peace Corps, the preeminent international service organization of the U.S. Both Lunderman and Ramage will serve as teachers, in Tanzania and China respectively. They join William Smith alumnae Eliss Mañon '14 and Tess M. O'Leary '14, who will also begin Peace Corps se...  More >>

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