November 2013 Accolades
Shaul Bakhash, Robinson Professor of History, spoke on the current negotiations between Iran, the United States and its European partners over Iran’s nuclear program to an audience at the Washington Golf and Country Club in Arlington, Va. He also was quoted on the policies of Iran’s new president, Hassan Rouhani, in a recent Reuter’s story.
Paul D’Andrea, Robinson Professor of Theater and English, received Harvardwood’s (Harvard in Hollywood’s) Best New Play prize for his play, “Win Win.” Harvardwood comprises Harvard alumni in Hollywood and the performing arts entertainment industry, including professional theater and television.
Robert Hazen, Robinson Professor of Earth Sciences, presented the 2013 Arthur Storke Lecture on the co-evolution of the geosphere and biosphere at Columbia University’s Department of Geological Sciences. He also presented a seminar on mineral evolution at Villanova University.
John Paden, Robinson Professor of International Studies, participated in a Fund for Peace roundtable discussion on Conflicts in Nigeria in Washington, D.C.
Steven Pearlstein, Robinson Professor of Public and International Affairs, moderated a discussion at George Washington University Law School about the role of international financial institutions in the lead-up to the recent financial crisis.