March 2014 Accolades

Shaul Bakhash, Robinson Professor of History, served on a panel assessing Iran’s revolution at the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars in Washington, D.C. His paper was published in the center’s Viewpoint series under the title “Iran’s Tumultuous Revolution: 35 Years Later.”

Robert HazenRobinson Professor of Earth Sciences, delivered the Carnegie Institution’s Capital Science Lecture on “The Story of Earth.”

John Paden, Robinson Professor of International Studies, participated in a high-level dialogue on Nigeria and Its 2015 National Elections at the Center for Strategic and International Studies in Washington, D.C. He also presented a paper on “APEC Tipping Points in 2001: Issues of Dispute Settlement and Trade Security” at the Osaka University International Symposium on Interdisciplinary Perspectives for Asia-Pacific Region in Osaka, Japan.

Steven PearlsteinRobinson Professor of Public and International Affairs, appeared on a panel on media coverage of business at the annual meeting of the Adam Smith Society in New York. He also appeared on the Charlie Rose show to speak about his paper on 21st-century capitalism and the tyranny of maximizing shareholder value. In addition, Pearlstein moderated a debate at the Information Technology and Innovation Foundation about tax credits for research and development.

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