Recent Fletcher grad, Andrew Kimball (F18), credits his time at Fletcher with building the skills and relationships key to his daily work as an energy policy analyst for Massachusetts.
Proud Fletcher grad Alexia Latortue (F97), now a managing director at the EBRD, speaks about diversity, inclusion, and building a career in the field of international development.
For the first event, U.K. MP David Lammy speaks on the Black Lives Matter movement, justice, and equity in the United Kingdom.
The new courses lined up for the 2020-2021 academic year tackle the timely, pressing issues of today - and tomorrow.
Fletcher Professors Babbitt and Cerone discuss individual human rights vs. the public good in a time of COVID-19.
Professor Kimberly Theidon and Nicholas Cicchinelli (F20) discuss #Pride2020 and connecting queer theory to international – and national – affairs.
Plotting a Course to Your Future Career
Josephine Wolff writes about the data and network security implications of Trump's ByteDance ban, via an op-ed in The New York Times.
Rocky Weitz speaks with Business Insider about Lebanon's maritime security.
Bhaskar Chakravorti speaks with BBC's Digital Planet about India's internet infrastructure, digital payment technology, and more.
Chris Miller speaks with Vox about Russia and the New START arms control agreement.
Dean Rachel Kyte appears on the Cleaning Up podcast to discuss affordable and reliable energy, and how graduate schools can help address racial inequalities.
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.
Fletcher events are currently being offered remotely