In the News

Scholars in the News, Edition 4

August 2017

The Human Rights of Women Entrepreneurs

June 23, 2017
Commentary on MediumReid Hoffman (’90)

Machine Learning for Policymakers: What it is and why it matters

June 2017
Paper, Ben Buchanan (’13)

The Marshall Plan and the value of enlightened self-interest

June 6, 2017
Commentary in Syracuse, Rachel May (’78)

An Auspicious Anniversary for the Marshall Plan

June 5, 2017
Op-ed in Foreign PolicyJason Bordoff (’95)

How far we’ve fallen from the Marshall Plan

June 5, 2017
Op-ed in the Washington Post, Danielle Allen (’93)

Diplomacy in a changing world

Harvard Gazette, Rachel Traughber
June 5, 2017

Association of Marshall Scholars permanently endows a Marshall Scholarship

PR Newswire
June 4, 2017

Gorsuch Rejects Doubts Over ‘Rule of Law Today’

The New York Times, Adam Liptak
June 3, 2017

Scholars’ Recent Articles

May 2017
Scholars in the News, Issue 3

A Conversation with Deputy Secretary of State Bill Burns

May 31, 2017
Bill Burns (’78)

The Riots and the Slums: Comparing Public and Private Sector-Led Redevelopment in Washington, D.C. 

May 2017
Working Paper for Mossavar-Rahmani Center for Business & GovernmentStanley J. Marcuss 

Reid Hoffman (’90) awarded CBE

April 25, 2017

Judge Neil M. Gorsuch (’92) sworn in to US Supreme Court

April 2017

EU Elections

Charlie Rose
March 16, 2017

Publications and Other Highlights

November 2016
Scholars in the News, Edition 2

MacArthur Fellows and Nature’s Fifth Force

October 2016
Scholars in the News, Edition 1

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