Effects of the atomic bomb are still felt in Japan and the world, 75 years later
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 Director of The Fletcher School's Henry J. Leir Institute, Dr. Katrina Burgess examines the "canaries in democracy's coal mine."
The university files amicus brief in support of lawsuit opposing new rule that forces international students to leave the U.S. if they take all their classes online
Some employees who work from home are more productive, but not everyone has the same opportunities, says Fletcher School professor
Fletcher Professors Babbitt and Cerone discuss individual human rights vs. the public good in a time of COVID-19.
The new courses lined up for the 2020-2021 academic year tackle the timely, pressing issues of today - and tomorrow.
Professor Kimberly Theidon and Nicholas Cicchinelli (F20) discuss #Pride2020 and connecting queer theory to international – and national – affairs.