2017 Crook Fellow Cassie Davis recounts Bread for the World's Lobby Day in the context of the role faith leaders play under the current administration in hunger relief.

The Strauss Center is recruiting one coder to assist in tracking political violence in South and Southeast Asia as part of an expansion of the Armed Conflict Location and Event Dataset (ACLED). ACLED is the premier armed conflict dataset for Africa and South and Southeast Asia, providing near real-time, detailed data on conflict patterns, actors, and dynamics.

Strauss Center Distinguished Scholar Joshua Busby recently published his assessment of the United States' withdrawal from the Paris Agreement, "Trump says goodbye to the Paris climate agreement. Here's what that means" in The Washington Post.

The 2016 - 2017 Brumley Next Generation Undergraduate Scholars and Graduate Fellows have greatly improved their research analysis, policy writing, and professional communication skills through the program's various initiatives.

Natasha Dangol, International Relations and Global Studies senior, has spent her 2017 spring semester amassing research data on resource frontiers with her faculty mentor Dr. Jason Cons (College of Liberal Arts) as part of our Brumley Undergraduate Scholars program. She goes into detail for us here: