The Eagle: The Institute of World Politics Newsletter (2020.10.30.)

IWP News

The launch of Dr. Daniels’ MLK education initiative was announced in conjunction with the 50th anniversary commemoration ceremony of the MLK Advisory Council of Georgia at Stone Mountain.

Teaching the non-violent social justice principles of Dr. King to a digital generation: Dr. Matthew Daniels launches new K-12 curriculum

Dr. Matthew Daniels, IWP professor and Chair of Law and Human Rights, and Anthony Jones, M.Ed., Howard University Associate Provost/Assistant Vice President of Enrollment Management, have recently launched a new Martin Luther King, Jr. Educational Initiative that is being taught in K-12 schools around the country. Read more

Two new students receive the Louis DeJoy and Aldona Z. Woś Family Foundation Scholarship

The 2020 recipients of this scholarship are Holt (pictured first, at right) and Parker (pictured second, at left), who are both studying in IWP’s M.A. program in Statecraft and International Affairs. Read more

New student receives job offer after working with IWP career services

„Jane” had just committed to the IWP Certificate of Graduate Study program when she had her first conversation with IWP career services. It was a Friday in April. By Sunday, she had submitted an application to a government agency that would lead to interviews and two conditional job offers. Read more

IWP alumnus helps lead international AI partnership between 13 countries

Mark Beall (IWP Class of 2009) is currently serving as head of strategic engagement and policy at the Department of Defense’s Joint Artificial Intelligence Center (JAIC). JAIC recently brought together a coalition of 13 countries to discuss ethics and artificial intelligence (AI) in the military. Read more

Student journal Active Measures is now available online

The fifth volume of Active Measures, a student-run journal, is now available online. This edition contains articles on baseball diplomacy, China-Taiwan relations, the National Cyber Strategy, and the Economic Espionage Act. Read more

Bust of Alexander Hamilton donated by Mary Ann Novak

Mary Ann Novak recently donated a bust of Alexander Hamilton, the first Secretary of the Treasury, to IWP.  This bust was created by Karen Laub-Novak, an established, well-known artist and the wife of Michael Novak. Mr. Novak was an influential author, philosopher, theologian, and analyst of society and foreign affairs who was one of IWP’s first four professors. Read more

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The title image: A bust of Alexander Hamilton, the first Secretary of the Treasury, to The Institute of World Politics recently donated by Mary Ann Novak. Photo: IWP.

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Above: Former IWP student Dennis Staszak has generously given nearly 400 books on national security, statecraft, counterintelligence, international security, and the economics of national security to the IWP library.

A 33-year veteran of the FBI and former Deputy Unit Chief of the FBI’s Foreign Counterintelligence and Counterterrorism Training Unit, Mr. Staszak studied at IWP before the school offered independent degree programs. Most recently, he has been teaching a course on intelligence and counterintelligence at George Mason University. Read more

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Source: The Institute of World Politics, News & Publication, October 30, 2020.

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