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Kathryn Lavelle, Ellen and Dixon Long Associate Professor of World Affairs, was recently elected to life membership in the Council on Foreign Relations

Posted on November 10, 2011

Kathryn Lavelle, Ellen and Dixon Long Associate Professor of World Affairs, was recently elected to life membership in the Council on Foreign Relations. Lavelle said the late Henry King, who was a professor of law, “impressed on me the need to foster an understanding of the global role of the United States at the local level. The Council on Foreign Relations is the preeminent nonpartisan membership organization dedicated to this cause.” Lavelle said she looks forward to exploring new ways to connect the practice of politics with academic work by interacting with policymakers and finance professionals at the highest levels of government and business. New members are formally welcomed into the council at the annual national conference at the CFR’s headquarters in New York.

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