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Making A Global Impact
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Human Rights Student Builds Skill Set to Effect Change Back Home in Indonesia
Dian Agustino’s human rights work began at an Islamic boarding school in her native Indonesia. Backed by a Fulbright scholarship, she began confronting issues related to peace building, women’s representation, sexual and reproductive health, and global health before she graduated with her masters in international human rights.
Korbel's Deborah Avant Among DU 2019 Public Impact Fellows
The Korbel School's own Deborah Avant is among DU's second cohort of Public Impact Fellows, a program that provides faculty with access to training for disseminating scholarship and research to public venues including how best to utilize blogs, radio, television, op-eds and social media.
Josef Korbel School Announces Rice Family Endowed Professor of Practice
The Korbel School has created a new faculty position, the Rice Family Endowed Professor of Practice, made possible by a gift from former alumna Condoleezza Rice and other members of the DU community. The role provides practitioners from academia, government and business sectors the opportunity to teach in a non-tenured position.