Diplomacy Lab @ IU

Courses Offered @ IU

A comprehensive list of all the Diplomacy Lab courses that have been offered at Indiana University - Bloomington. 

Spring 2019

Energy to Burn: Using Renewable Energy to Help Malaysia Meet Climate Change Commitments (EAS - E490/G690, Environmental and Energy Diplomacy/Professor: Michael Hamburger)

Analyzing Russia’s Influence on Modern Mongolia (INTL-I, Topics in International Studies/Professor:  Mark Minton

Countering Dis-Information Through Story Telling (INFO-I 390, Undergraduate Independent Study/Professor: Sameer Patil)

 "Truth-Decay." What Are Nations Doing to Strengthen Themselves against Web-borne Disinformation (INFO-I 330, Legal and Social Informatics of Security/Professor: Sameer Patil)

Energy to Burn: Using Renewable Energy to Help Malaysia Meet Climate Change Commitments (GEOL-G 490/690, Environmental and Energy Diplomacy/Professor: Michael Hamburger)

 Azerbaijan’s Political Past and Democratic Potential (Undergraduate Independent Study/Professor: Zeynep Elbasan)

Reviving the Yugosphere (ECON-E390, Research Methods in Economics/Professor: Michael Alexeev)

Anticipating the Needs of 8 Billion People and Beyond (GEOG-G485, GIS Programming/Professor: Tom Evans)

Designing for Diplomacy: An American Experience (AMID-D 374, Advanced Interior Architectural Design Studio: Global Context/Professor: Marleen Newman)

ICT Investment: Engine of Growth or Boulevard of Broken Dreams? (INTL-I 426, Computers, Cultures, and Our Globalized Future/Professor: Hamid Ekbia)

Energy Options for Vietnam (G490/G690, Environmental & Energy Diplomacy/Professor: Michael Hamburger)

Developing New Case Studies for Public-Private Partnerships (SPH-P510, Organization and Administration of Public Health Programs/Professor: Theresa Hunter)

Immigrant and Refugee Integration: Mobile Solutions for Mobile Populations (SPEA V550 Practice of Diplomacy/Professor: Rajendra Abhyankar)

How to Effectively Combat Anti-Semitism in 21st Century Europe (JSTU-J 304 / HON-H 304, Contemporary Antisemitism in Sociohistorical Perspective/Professor: Gunther Jikeli)

Benefits and Drawbacks of the ASEAN Economic Community (AEC) on Vietnam (SPEA-V-550, Practice of International Development/Professor: Anh Tran)

The Role of Technology in International Relations (MSCH-M413, Global Media Issues/Professor: Julien Mailland)

Conflict Mediation in Africa: What is the Missing Link? (SPEA-V450, Traditions of Inquiry; What is Public Policy For?/Professor:  Leslie Lenkowsky)

Sprout Diplomacy: Growing Sprouts, Feeding People and Changing Lives in the Lake Chad Basin (INTL-I 370, Food Security/Professor: Olga Kalentzidou)

Political Impact of Increases and Decreases to Foreign Military Financing (FMF) Allocations on Partner Nations (IMP/Professorr: Huss Banai)

Urbanization! What About Food Security? (GEOG-G 461/561 Human Dimensions of Global and Environmental Change/Professor: Tom Evans)

Diplomacy Lab Events @ IU

IUB Diplomacy Lab Symposium

Date: April 18, 2018

Time: 4:00 - 6:30 pm

Keynote Speaker:Dr. Vaughan Turekian

Location: State Rooms West & East, Indiana Memorial Union

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