Research & Awards
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The International Institute and its affiliated centers and programs promote multidisciplinary research and provide platforms, such as conferences and publications, for the dissemination of research findings.
The 2020 Contribution to the Field Award of the Asia and Asian America Section of the American Sociological Association will be conferred on Prof. Zhou during a virtual ceremony this August.
In a publication for the Middle East Policy Council journal, CMED Research Fellow Eric Bordenkircher argues that an increasing number of states in the Middle East are adopting the attributes, behaviors and outcomes of Lebanon.
Victor Agadjanian's demographic research has taken him all over the world and inspired him to become multilingual.
Adam Moore, a member of the International Institute's teaching faculty, has won the American Association of Geographer's 2019 Global Book Award for his latest publication, "Empire's Labor."
“Not only should the Nazarian Center for Israel Studies be a world-class center of excellence for scholarship on Israel, but also one known for its ability to bring different sides together,” remarks Dov Waxman.
International Institute students won five awards during Undergradaute Research Week in late May 2020.
Natasha Ann Lum has written three major research papers on innovation as a global studies major and will begin an M.S. program in computer science in fall 2020.
IDS students Christine Tran and Rowan Baker have won Fulbright teaching and research grants, respectively. Tran will teach English in Vietnam, while Baker will conduct research in the Altai Republic of the Russian Federation.
Otto Stuparitz, Ph.D. candidate in ethnomusicology, discusses the central role of dialogue in Sundanese traditional music and jazz improvisation, as well as the coming album release by his ensemble Bluesukan.
Dian Tri Irawaty, Ph.D. candidate in geography, reports on how her research on grassroots movements for housing rights in Jakarta and the communities around her have been affected by COVID-19.
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