Bradley hosts International Scholastic Bowl
December 4, 2014
In mid-November, Bradley University hosted the 13th annual International Scholastic Bowl, a battle of brains among high school students across Illinois.
Past Meets Present
September 5, 2014
Intern learns about past slavery, advocates against modern trafficking
May 8, 2014
Diplomats discuss trans-Atlantic trade treaty with students
From the Campus to the Battlefield
May 5, 2014
Bradley University Red Cross Team Wins Trip to DC for Rules of War Campaign. Students creatively raise awareness for international conflict challenges.
#WarHasLimits campaign shows plight of child soldiers
April 15, 2014
Bradley students explored abuse of child soldiers through a March simulation organized by a team studying international humanitarian law. The simulation was part of a yearlong project organized by the Red Cross.
Students Educate the Community on International Humanitarian Law and Child Soldiers
March 28, 2014
Several Bradley students will end a yearlong immersion in international law with a child soldier simulation this weekend. The simulation will expose participants to the plight of children forced into warfare around the globe.
Students become experts on U.S.-E.U. trade deal
March 11, 2014
The eight students enrolled in Dr. Jeanie Bukowski’s European Integration course this semester have a unique opportunity to become experts on the proposed Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (T-TIP) free trade agreement.
U.S. Diplomat in Residence Visits Institute
February 8, 2014
Ambassador Ian Kelly, the Department of State's Diplomat in Residence for the Midwest region, visited the Institute and met with students.
Institute Holds Reunion of Alumni
January 16, 2014
The Institute held a reunion of its alumni in conjunction with Bradley's Homecoming.
Lecture Examines U.S. Foreign Policy Shift to Asia
December 12, 2013
Georgetown University professor Dr. Balbina Hwang discussed the shift in U.S. foreign relations from the Middle East to Asia during her recent lecture at Bradley.
Learning Rules of War
December 10, 2013
Bradley University and Valparaiso University students are partnering this year to explore international humanitarian law through the Red Cross.
Institute Holds International Careers Workshop
November 4, 2013
In conjunction with a reunion of its alumni, four Institute graduates conducted an international careers workshop.
Dr. Kim Receives Bradley's First Year Faculty Award
September 22, 2013
Institute Assistant Professor Jihyun Kim received the First Year Faculty Award at the annual University Conference.
Student-faculty collaboration abroad
August 22, 2013
Exploring the intersection of science and policy in Spain.
Newest Institute Faculty Member Is Settling In
July 5, 2013
Professor Jihyun Kim has completed her first academic year with the Institute.
Seeing the world with Bradley
June 7, 2013
IS alumna Jena Barjenbruch ’10 talks about how her Bradley Experience led her from the Hilltop to Guyana as a Peace Corps Volunteer.
Serving the nation and the world
May 30, 2013
International Studies program alumnus Gerald Anderson ’76 discusses his long and rewarding career in the U.S. Foreign Service.
IS students win President's Award for research
April 30, 2013
International studies majors Mikalynn Katlack and Laura Doolin are honored for their academic work with Dr. Jeanie Bukowski.
Faculty and students collaborate on overseas research
April 17, 2013
Dr. Jeanie Bukowski ’86 and students Mikalynn Katlack and Laura Doolin examine how science and policy interact across nations through epistemic communities.
Bradley alumnus and former CIA analyst returns to campus
April 17, 2013
Dennis Bowden ’83 tells students about piecing together the puzzle of intelligence analysis.
Institute Alumna is Bradley's Outstanding Young Graduate
March 1, 2013
Carrie Gruenloh, ’94, was named Bradley’s Outstanding Young Graduate for 2012 at the annual Founder’s Day Luncheon.
LAS debuts new lecture series highlighting faculty work
November 15, 2012
Dr. Shah Tarzi, Lee L. Morgan Chair in International Economic Affairs, delivers the inaugural address on the failures and challenges facing America's grand strategy.
Dr. Shah Tarzi opens new LAS lecture series
November 7, 2012
The series will celebrate Bradley faculty scholarship, collaboration, conversation and community as Dr. Tarzi discusses America and the world following the presidential election.
Institute Alumni Conduct Career Workshop
October 23, 2012
Three Institute alumni returned to campus to conduct a career workshop for International Studies majors and minors.
The "Muslim Guy" Visits the Institute
October 5, 2012
In addition to his public address, renowned international human rights attorney Arsalan Iftikhar paid a visit to the Institute.
The ‘Muslim Guy’ discusses Islam and America
September 18, 2012
International human rights lawyer and founder of www.themuslimguy.com, Arsalan Iftikhar spoke to students on the global nature of the post-9/11 world.
International Studies Distinguished Speaker Series continues
February 23, 2012
Ambassador Mark Johnson lectured to the campus community and met with International Studies majors.
February 23, 2012
Institute faculty members remain professionally engaged.
Addressing Global Climate Change Through Diplomacy
February 1, 2012
Students in Dr. Jeanie Bukowski's Global Climate Change course simulate international negotiations on climate change.
End of an Era for the Institute
January 27, 2012
Professor Emeritus and former Institute Director John R. Howard passed away on January 9, 2012.
December 12, 2011
Laura Doolin ’13 promotes African development through State Department eInternship.
Alumna helps America "Vote Smart"
December 12, 2011
Laura Hill '11 is a research associate for Project Vote Smart. She shared her experience in personal essay.
New International Studies majors are welcomed and receive orientation
November 2, 2011
With the start of a new school year, the Institute welcomed its freshman class.
IS students visit John Marshall Law School, Canadian Consulate in Chicago
June 2, 2011
Five international studies majors recently traveled to Chicago to visit the John Marshall Law School and the city’s Canadian Consulate.