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On Earth Day 2015, two of the world’s leading experts on economics and the environment talk about the intersection of climate change and inequality.
In advance of the 5/5 lecture “Victory in Europe: The 70th Anniversary of the Defeat of European Fascism," moderator John Torpey (Sociology/History) talks about why the end of World War II remains so important.
Mehigan, an award-winning poet, is among 174 recipients selected from a pool of more than 3,100 applicants.
The $90,000 fellowship, which recognizes outstanding "New Americans," will provide funding over two years toward Nazaykinskaya's doctoral degree.