Professor Eugene Gholz has been awarded the 2015 Fiona McGillivray award at the 2015 APSA annual meeting for a paper he presented in 2014 and later published titled "Assessing the 'Threat' of International Tension to the U.S. Economy."
On Sunday, July 26, the Clements Center's second annual Summer Seminar in History and Statecraft kicked-off in Beaver Creek, Colorado.
For two centuries, the staff ride has been the most important tool for combining history education with wargaming. Staff rides at the Clements Center employ pre-reading, classroom discussions, on-site tours, and hands-on simulation exercises.
James Barnett will be spending five months in the spring of 2015 in Amman, Jordan studying regional diplomacy and Arabic at the Jordan Institute of Diplomacy.
In Spring 2015, the Clements Center is pleased to sponsor the "Young Scholars Speaker Series." The series will feature four young scholars who have recently published books on topics ranging from Syria to John Quincy Adams.