Are you a Baldwin Scholar?
You could be one of 18 first-year women selected this fall as Duke University's Alice M. Baldwin Scholars.
As a Scholar, you'll network with distinguished faculty, connect with female students, intern in the field of your choice, and study in intimate seminars. This rigorous, four-year program will sharpen your thinking, raise your self-awareness and empower you to influence Duke's culture.
Suhani Jalota, Baldwin Class of 2016, is named the grand prize winner of Glamour magazine's Top 10 College Women contest.
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Ukraine, Iraq, Iran, Syria, North Korea, Israel. What’s happening in the world’s hot spots and where are things headed? What are people missing?
Dr. Slaughter begins with a conventional geopolitical analysis of what’s at stake. She then explains what we are not seeing — the many factors and trends, which are critical in causing or resolving the crises, that are being ignored or distorted.
Providing an overarching framework — the chessboard and the web — Dr. Slaughter describes the elements of a geopolitical analysis and the elements of a networks and flows analysis focusing on people, trade, energy, climate, and information technology. Political analysts tend to operate entirely on the chessboard while economic analysts tend toward the web. Both frameworks are necessary, she argues, when assessing global risks.
Tickets (free and required) will be available through the Duke Box Office beginning October 4.