Tim Fadgen ’00 MAIR works with the Attorney General’s Office in Samoa, lectures on public policy

alum-news-buttonFadgen, a 2000 master’s of international relations alumnus, is in Samoa working at Fadgenthe Attorney General’s Office and the Law and Justice Secretariat as part of the U.S. Department of State’s Fulbright-Clinton Fellowship, a program that places special assistants in various government ministries to support public policy and capacity building. Of his own accord, Fadgen designed a public policy course which he now teaches within the Development Studies master’s program at The National University of Samoa. It is the first public policy course ever taught at Samoa’s National University. Click here to read more about Dr. Fadgen and his work in Samoa or visit his Fulbright-Clinton Fellowship profile.

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