Last spring, students in the Institute's Environmental Leadership program conducted research on equitable beach access in Palm Beach County, Florida. Their data has now been published in Environmental Justice.
- Veteran political analysts Charlie Cook and Stu Rothenberg joined Susan Eisenhower for a conversation about the state of the nation and our path forward.
- Ryan Hass, diplomat and former China director for the National Security Council, joined The Scowcroft Group's Kevin Nealer to discuss the U.S.-China relationship in an age of competitive interdependence.
- The Undergraduate Fellows hosted a discussion panel on U.S. foreign policy from Eisenhower to Reagan.
- Howard Ernst published "Parking Access, Beach Usage, and Race" in Environmental Justice, based on research performed by Environmental Leadership participants.
- Prof. Anne Douds led a collaborative research project with Gettysburg students for her upcoming book: Bold Women of the Eisenhower Era: Feminism, Leadership, and the 1950s.
- Students in Susan Eisenhower's Strategy and Leadership in Transformational Times program are developing strategies to combat climate change. The cohort has integrated lessons on leadership and conversations with practitioners to inform their work.
- Contours of the Middle East students completed a crisis simulation led by program leader Danny Sebright. The students worked in groups to develop a strategy for responding to a regional emergency compounded by domestic political factors.
- The Fielding Center for Presidential Leadership Study hosted Jack Goldsmith, author of After Trump: Reconstructing the Presidency, for a discussion of ways to add guardrails to executive branch norms.
- April 8 | 7:30 p.m. ET: The International Crisis of Space Debris. Hosted by the Fielding Center.
- April 15 | 7:00 p.m. ET: Authoritarian Models of Government with Ruth Ben-Ghiat. Co-sponsored with the Gettysburg College International & Global Studies program.
These virtual events are free and open to the public. Please visit our calendar for more information.
In the Media:
- Scott Boddery and Ben Pontz ’20 advocated reforming the filibuster rather than eliminating it.
- Michael Birkner discussed Joe Biden’s inauguration and the current moment of extreme polarization for Lancaster Online and WITF’s Smart Talk.
- Susan Eisenhower appeared on Fox News Radio’s The Untold Story with Martha MacCallum to discuss President Biden’s inaugural address.
- Susan Eisenhower called on the Biden administration to protect the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge in a New York Times op-ed.
- Danny Sebright spoke with The Jerusalem Post about Israel-U.A.E. relations and the future of international cooperation in the Middle East.
- Danny Sebright spoke with Arabian Business about U.S.-U.A.E. cooperation on space exploration.
- Shirley Anne Warshaw discussed the attack on the U.S. Capitol and its implications for American democracy on WITF’s Smart Talk.
- Shirley Anne Warshaw was quoted in Lancaster Online discussing Pennsylvania’s election process and allegations of voter fraud.
- Matthew Feldstein ’21 will attend the Harvard Kennedy School to pursue his Master in Public Policy degree.
- Abigail Hauer ’21 will attend the University of Virginia School of Law beginning next fall.
- Jessica Alicea ’22 is interning at McNeil, Gray and Rice, a strategic communications agency based in Boston.
- Henry Klimowicz ’16 uses the practical skills he developed in the Institute's Undergraduate Fellows program as an associate at Baker Botts L.L.P., a role he found through a connection with fellow alumnus Justin Blass ’11.
- Ally Schultz ’20 shared how experiential learning through the Eisenhower Institute prepared her for a life and career as a global citizen.
- Meghan Eaton ’18 will graduate from UC Davis School of Law with her JD in May.
- Liam Kerr ’18 has committed to the University of Pennsylvania Carey School of Law for fall 2021.
- Jeffrey Lauck ’18 is a program training coordinator for Metropolitan Family Service CASH Oregon, where he works to expand access to tax assistance.
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