Dr. Ali Riaz publishes in Carnegie series

Ali Riaz

Distinguished Professor Dr. Ali Riaz has published an article on the Digital Security Act (DSA) of Bangladesh for a series on South Asian politics by the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace.

Dr. Anthony Liberta Study Suite honors influential faculty emeritus

From left: Dr. R. Michael Miller, Dr. Ann Gould, Dr. Anthony Liberta, Dr. Kathy Bohn, and Dr. Thomas Nielsen

Department of Biological Sciences Faculty Emeritus Dr. Anthony Liberta was honored at an event on November 18, 2021. Liberta and guests gathered to dedicate the Dr. Anthony Liberta Study Suite in Julian Hall. The suite is located within the Kathryn S. Bohn, M.D., and Thomas E. Nielsen, M.D., Resource Room, which the physician couple funded in 2017.

Riaz featured by CIPE ahead of Democracy Summit

Distinguished Professor Ali Riaz

In the wake of the Democracy Summit organized by the White House scheduled on December 9 and 10, Distinguished Professor Ali Riaz has been interviewed on the state of democracy in South Asia by the Center for International Private Enterprise (CIPE), a Washington DC-based think tank. Besides, Riaz has participated in two talk shows on Bangladeshi television organized by the CIPE.