Pippa Skotnes joins the Buffett Institute community as the Roberta Buffett Visiting Professor of International Studies. Her work explores themes based in South African history, including colonialism and apartheid.
As part of his internship, Mwiti helped students develop their own apps and network with tech leaders in "Silicon Savannah."
Margaret Nassozi Amanyire is the director at FSD’s Jinja, Uganda office. She was the first site director to work with GESI in developing its international development programs for undergraduates.
2017 Buffett Award winner Regina Agyare Honu answers a few questions about herself and her work.
Buffett Institute undergraduate affiliates have chosen Regina Honu as their 2017 Buffett Award winner.
GESI host families offer the rare opportunity to truly integrate undergraduates into the local culture and build meaningful relationships that will last long past their stay.
Check out where our Buffett International SiGP winners, Buffett supplemental grant winners, and CBR Fellows are living and working this summer.
Developed at Northwestern over the last two decades, the five ALA volumes and the foundation upon which a whole new field of study has been built.
Check out the new programs and opportunities launched at the Buffett Institute over the past year.
For the fall quarter, the Buffett Institute hosted a series of events that examined the Syrian refugee crisis and encouraged public dialogue on issues surrounding forced migration and refugee resettlement.
Global Politics and Religion (GPR) brings together innovative thinkers to respond to the challenges of a socially and religiously diverse world.
Learn about undergraduate summer research projects at the Buffett Institute.
This summer, funding from the Buffett Institute and the Summer Internship Grant Program (SIGP)
The Center for Forced Migration Studies goes to UNHCR's Annual Consultations with NGOs to discuss refugee rights and protection,
As part of the competitive Big Idea and Global Partnership funding initiatives, the Buffett Institute will provide significant funding to launch three interdisciplinary research groups, five working groups, and four new or broadened global partnerships.
The Buffett Institute is sponsoring an interdisciplinary symposium on global health November 19-20, 2015.
The Buffet Institute accepted the EDIE award on behalf of Northwestern during the Third Annual Diversity Abroad Conference.
The ongoing relationship between ORUDE and GESI has been an exceptional example of the type of social impact that can be achieved through mutual respect and thoughtful collaboration.
MENA faculty members present groundbreaking research in their first book, On the Ground.
Northwestern-trained team works to save Timbuktu manuscripts.
From planting community gardens to decontaminating water, GESI participants share their experience working on community-development around the world.