U.N. Deputy Secretary-General Amina J. Mohammed will deliver the keynote address at our virtual commencement ceremony on Sunday, May 17, 2020.
The students “made a real and substantive impact on health-care workers on the front lines of COVID-19,” said Abigail Linnington, professor of the practice at The Fletcher School.
Analyzing the current pandemic and our responses to it through the lens of human security.
Lessons from a Pandemic: With so many people working and taking classes from home due to COVID-19, digital infrastructure is under strain, explains a Fletcher School professor.
Professor of Practice Rockford Weitz weighs in on the ways that COVID-19 is disrupting global supply chains, roiling crude oil markets, and opening potential opportunities for sustainability.
Fletcher’s Digital Planet research team answers the pressing questions relating to business and the digital economy amidst COVID-19.
Michael Klein shares his reactions to the latest unemployment numbers with NBC 10 Boston.
Adam Goodman looks ahead to how COVID-19 will affect the 2020 presidential election, in an op-ed for Real Clear Politics.
Dean Rachel Kyte tells BBC World News how she thinks we can prioritize both public health and the economy amidst the coronavirus pandemic.
Bhaskar Chakravorti publishes op-ed in The Conversation on his new research, “Imagining a Digital Economy for All 2030."
Susan Landau reiterates the importance of efficacy and cost in using contact tracing for COVID-19, in a piece for Lawfare blog.
As divides grow deeper between people and amongst nations, Fletcher students know now is the time when their skills are needed most – and they’re putting those skills to use in the real world.