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Internationally renowned HKS scholars and practitioners will teach courses and provide mentorship to IGA concentrators. Not only will students receive unparalleled academic training, frequently from teachers who have written the seminal works in their field, but they also will be constantly challenged to understand the real-world applications of that training. Through critical research and scholarship, our faculty is helping to develop innovative solutions to some of the world’s most entrenched problems. IGA faculty members have worked to help reduce nuclear stockpiles, influence sustainable development practices, bring needed attention to human rights abuses, and much more.
|Bill Clark, Area Chair|
|Graham Allison||Suerie Moon|
|Laura Diaz Anadon||Venkatesh Narayanamurti|
|Jacqueline Bhabha||Joseph Nye|
|Claude Bruderlein||Tad Oelstrom|
|Matthew Bunn||Robert Paarlberg|
|R. Nicholas Burns||John Park|
|Bill Clark||Richard Rosecrance|
|Dara Kay Cohen||John Ruggie|
|Samuel Gregory||Christine Russell|
|Bryan Hehir||David Sanger|
|Swanee Hunt||Bruce Schneier|
|Sheila Jasanoff||Daniel Schrag|
|Douglas Johnson||Jonah Schulhofer-Wohl|
|Calestous Juma||Kathryn Sikkink|
|Siddharth Kara||Robert Stowe|
|Juliette Kayyem||Ken Strzepek|
|David Keith||James Waldo|
|Henry Lee||Stephen Walt|
J. Bryan Hehir is the Parker Gilbert Montgomery Professor of the Practice of Religion and Public Life.
Photo Credit: Martha Stewart
Professor Hehir received the Manuel C. Carballo Award for Excellence in Teachingin 2011-2012. This award is presented on Class Day to an HKS instructor who best exemplifies, demonstrates and inspires excellence through teaching.
William Clark is the Harvey Brooks Professor of International Science, Public Policy and Human Development at Harvard Kennedy School.