April 2022Elizabeth Stites and former student publish in Journal of Refugee Studies

Mackenzie Seaman and Elizabeth Stites published their article, “Family Matters: Older Refugee Minors in Vienna and Factors for Resiliency” in the Journal of Refugee Studies. This article challenges the assumption…

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March 2022Dan Maxwell discusses cash assistance on NPR’s Marketplace

On March 10, 2022, Dan Maxwell spoke with Stephanie Hughes on NPR’s Marketplace. He discussed the ways cash assistance was first used on a large scale as a part of…

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March 2022Kinsey Spears explains the need for gender analysis in US-China relations

In March 2022, Kinsey Spears and Emily Prey teamed up to explain why US-China relations need gender analysis for Newlines Institute. Their article explains why the US must apply a…

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March 2022Erin Coughlan de Perez lead author on Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change report

Erin Coughlan de Perez is a lead author of an installment in the sixth report by the United Nation’s Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), which was released on February…

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March 2022Hassan Alattar Satti and Youssif El Tayeb disseminate study findings in Darfur

participants at event in Darfur

In January 2022, Visiting Fellow Hassan Alattar Satti and Research Advisory Group member Youssif El Tayeb held three workshops to discuss findings from the Taadoud II operational research. The University…

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