SEGL Summer Institute Tackles the Syrian Refugee Crisis, The SEGL Odyssey, International Relations Case Study
The capstone policy document. It is one of SEGL’s most daunting assignments, and one of its most rewarding. Each term our cohort of students chooses a current international challenge and drafts a detailed, well-researched policy document that proposes potential solutions to that challenge. The students then present and defend their findings in front of leading experts.
The Israeli-Palestinian Conflict looms over a myriad of contemporary problems. Countless leaders of the past and present have worked to address it in fits and starts and with limited success. This week our intrepid cohort of future leaders confronted the challenge, with hopeful results.Read More
The 1994 Rwandan genocide is one of the darkest chapters in modern history. Nearly a million people were killed in 100 days while the world decided against intervening. As dark a chapter as it is, the genocide provides a remarkable learning opportunity for SEGL students. Through studying the individual and governmental responses to the violence, they can better understand effective leadership in times of crisis.Read More