Belfer Center Director Graham Allison (left) hosted a celebration of the recent marriage of Center board member Niall Ferguson (right), and Ayaan Hirsi Ali. Harvard's Charles Freid joined in.
Belfer in Brief
Harvard Service and Honors
Sean Lynn-Jones, editor of the Belfer Center’s International Security Journal, was honored at a Harvard Kennedy School (HKS) event in June for 20 years of service to Harvard and the Belfer Center; Katherine (Katie) Gordon, project coordinator for Agricultural Innovation in Africa, and Zachary Tumin, special project assistant with the Science, Technology, and Public Policy program, were recognized for five years of service.
Neal Doyle, former program coordinator for the project on Managing the Atom (MTA), received the Dean’s Award for his outstanding contributions to HKS and MTA. Lovita Strain, Belfer Center financial associate, received a Kennedy School All Star Award for her outstanding assistance and support to Belfer Center International Global Affairs (IGA) student fellows.
Tolu Odumosu, research fellow with the Science, Technology, and Public Policy program, was honored in October with a Harvard University Certificate of Distinction in Teaching award for his “excellent” teaching of an “Introduction to Technology and Society” class last spring.
Ali Wyne, a Belfer Center research assistant, delivered the welcome address at this year’s St. Gallen Symposium in Switzerland. The Symposium is a leading global platform for dialogue on key issues in management, the entrepreneurial environment and interfaces between business, politics, and civil society.
Congratulations to Michael Sechrist, project manager with the Explorations in Cyber International Relations initiative, and his wife, Diana, on the recent arrival of daughter Genevieve Sechrist.
Research and Policy
Laura Diaz Anadon, director of the Energy Technology Innovation Policy research group, presented on “Changing Roles of Government and Research” at a plenary session of the U.S. Association of Energy Economics conference in Washington, D.C. in October.
Focus on Cyber
Joseph S. Nye, Harvard University Distinguished Service Professor, co-chaired with former National Security Advisor Brent Scowcroft a summer study of cyber security at the Aspen Strategy Group in Colorado.
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