Fletcher alumna Reeta Roy (F89), CEO of Mastercard Foundation, defied critics and steered its $33 billion to help Africans solve the continent’s challenges.
Fletcher professor Abi Williams organizes first virtual EPIIC Symposium 9-10 October, brings together survivors and humanitarian experts as violence continues around the world.
Current Fletcher Januarians share why starting mid-year offers unique advantages.
Building a more diverse diplomatic core and acknowledging the U.S.' own history are key to increasing racial justice, argues Fletcher alumna Ambassador Harriet Elam Thomas (F80).
IMF Deputy Managing Director Antoinette Sayeh (F80, F85) calls on Fletcher students to look outward to solve global challenges at annual Convocation ceremony.
New professor brings interdisciplinary expertise and fresh focus to international environmental policy at Fletcher.
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Bhaskar Chakravorti tells ABC News this year has been the "perfect storm" for misinformation.
Josephine Wolff speaks with Al Jazeera podcast "The Take" about China's interference in the 2020 U.S. presidential election.
Amy Myers Jaffe speaks with the Financial Times about ExxonMobil's doubling down on oil and gas.
Monica Duffy Toft explores the impact of voters abroad in deciding a presidential election, in an article for The Conversation.
Sung-Yoon Lee speaks with CGTN about the impact of the Korean War 70 years later.
The Fletcher Advantage
As divides grow deeper between people and amongst nations, Fletcher students know now is the time when their skills are needed most – and they’re putting those skills to use in the real world.