Contemplative Conversation: Paul Fishstein, joint fellow with the Belfer and Carr Centers, talks with an orchard owner and official of an agricultural cooperative in Khulm, northern Afghanistan.
Courtesy of Paul Fishstein
"Fellows at Work and Moving On"
Editor: Sharon Wilke, Associate Director of Communications
Congratulations and best wishes to Belfer Center research fellows who will share their knowledge and talents with other institutions next fall. They have enriched the Belfer Center and Harvard Kennedy School community as fellows with the Center's International Security Program (ISP), Project on Managing the Atom (MTA), Science, Technology, and Public Policy (STPP) Program, Energy Technology Innovation Policy research group (ETIP), Intrastate Conflict Program (ICP), and Initiative on Religion in International Affairs (RIIA).
Emma Belcher (ISP/MTA) and Matthew Fuhrmann (ISP/MTA) accepted Nuclear Security Fellowships with the Council on Foreign Relations.
Philipp Bleek (ISP/MTA) will join the faculty of the Monterey Institute for International Studies in February.
Robert Bosco (RIIA/ISP) successfully defended his dissertation titled "Moderating Islam: Religion, Security, and the Western State" and will be an assistant professor of international affairs at Centre College in Kentucky.
Malfrid Braut-Hegghammer (ISP/MTA), who also successfully defended her dissertation "Nuclear Entrepreneurs: Drivers of Nuclear Proliferation," will return in the fall to the Norwegian Staff College as a Research Fellow.
Vaidyanatha Gundlupet (ISP/MTA) will be an assistant professor of political science at University of Texas San Antonio.
Matthew Kroenig (formerly ISP/MTA) received a Council on Foreign Relations International Affairs Fellowship for next year.
Vipin Narang (ISP/MTA) accepted a position as assistant professor of political science at Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
Ragnhild Nordas (ISP/RIIA) successfully defended her dissertation "Beliefs & Bloodshed: Understanding Religion and Intrastate Conflict." Next year, she will be a visiting research fellow at the Kroc Institute for International Peace Studies at the University of Notre Dame.
T. Negeen Pegahi (ISP/MTA) will be an assistant professor of political science at the NavalWar College.
Elena Rodriguez-Vieitez (formerly ISP/MTA) was named scientific project officer with the European Commission's Institute for Prospective Technological Studies with Spain's Sustainable Production and Consumption Unit.
Paul Staniland (formerly ISP/ICP) accepted a position as assistant professor of political science at the University of Chicago.
Andrea Strimling (ISP) was awarded a World Politics and Statecraft Fellowship by Smith Richardson Foundation.
Lorenzo Vidino (ISP/RIIA) will have a section of his recent dissertation published in August as a book titled The New Muslim Brotherhood in the West (Columbia University Press).
Shacheng Wang (formerly ISP) was named a lecturer with the Institute of Defense Economics and Management at the Central University of Finance and Economics in Beijing.
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