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Former Costa Rican President at Mar. 22 Bartels Lecture
Carlos Alvarado Quesada gave this year's Bartels lecture: "Good change is possible. Don’t let anyone tell you the contrary."
Gustavo Flores-Macias, LACS
Gustavo Flores-Macías, professor of government and public policy, discusses why the United States should not send troops to Mexico to reduce drug...
Former Costa Rican President to Speak on Democracy, Sustainability
Carlos Alvarado Quesada will explore how conservation can preserve democracy around the world. Learn more and get your free ticket!
Einaudi Directors Defend Hubs, Academic Freedom
Rachel Beatty Riedl and program directors: "Global Hubs seek to build partnerships and create spaces that advance knowledge and understanding.”
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At Einaudi you’ll find opportunities—opportunities to build connections with faculty and graduate students across disciplines, apply for research...
How did President Alvarado’s policies protect Costa Rica’s environment?
Viviana Ruiz-Gutierrez talks about her recent biodiversity assessment and how Alvarado’s policies engaged citizens in climate action.
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PhD students: Conduct your international field research with a $10,000 award. Read about Vincent Mauro’s 2021–22 award and find out how to apply.
Einaudi graduate fellow Angie Torres-Beltran studies how women’s political participation is influenced by gender-based violence and interactions with...
Maria Cristina Garcia, LACS
After WWII, the U.S. “often prioritized for admission those who had family or friends in the United States, or a faith community willing to support...
Rebecca Nelson, LACS/IAD
Rebecca Nelson, professor in the School of Integrative Plant Science, says the company may struggle to introduce container-based sanitation to...