Three SAR scholars will be visiting TU Darmstadt for speaking engagements in the upcoming months.
A SAR scholar of public policy and South Asian studies will visit Chapman University in Orange, California to deliver a lecture and participate in other campus events.
A SAR scholar will be speaking at Pacific University in Oregon on “The Changes and Challenges of Democratic Transition in sub-Saharan Africa” as part of Pacific University Scholars at Risk Speaker Series.
A SAR scholar will give a public lecture at Beloit College.
A SAR Scholar will visit Mercy College to give a public talk.
A SAR scholar will visit the University of Texas at Austin for a multi-day speaking engagement.
A SAR scholar will visit Illinois Wesleyan University for its fourth annual Human Rights Undergraduate Research Workshop from February 15th-February 17th.
"Women's Rights in Iran," a talk from a Scholars at Risk Fellow, Thurs., Nov. 29, 6-7:30, Pappert Room, Bayer Hall.
A SAR scholar of clinical psychology from Turkey will participate in a public lecture on the right to science and the Universal Declaration of Human Rights.
This International Education Week, the University of Arkansas Scholars at Risk committee will host a lecture entitled "The Power of Positivism (Turning Bad Situations for the Best)," delivered by a SAR Scholar of International Relations and journalist from Zimbabwe.
Western Illinois University will host "Living Dangerously," a lecture by Riad Ismat, a Syrian SAR scholar and recognized playwright, director, and author.
A Syrian SAR scholar of analytical chemistry will give a talk entitled "A Dangerous World for Universities: The Story of a Syrian Researcher in Exile."
A Chinese SAR scholar of law and human rights will be featured on a panel discussion and deliver lectures during a week-long residency at the University of Hawaii at Manoa.
An Iranian SAR scholar of law and human rights will visit Vancouver Island University for a two-week residency including a keynote entitled "Speaking Truth to Power in Iran."
A Syrian SAR scholar of human rights will be discussing the humanitarian crisis in Syria as well as plans to rebuild a civil society in the war-torn country.