Nikki Frick

From May 18-20, Pardee Center Senior Scientist Dr. Dale S. Rothman participated in the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) Expert Meeting on Scenarios in Laxenburg, Austria. The meeting focused on the IPCC’s Fifth Assessment Report (AR5) and its use of scenarios.

Nikki Frick

Frederick S. Pardee Center for International Futures Director Dr. Barry B. Hughes spoke at the Third Colloquium for the Milan Charter of the 2015 World’s Fair and Milan Expo on April 28 at the University of Milan, Italy.

Nikki Frick

In early March, Dr. Jonathan D. Moyer, Frederick S. Pardee Center for International Futures Associate Director, was the keynote speaker at two events in Uganda. He presented at an event launching the preparation of USAID’s Uganda 2016-2021 Country Development Cooperation Strategy (CDCS) and also at USAID Uganda’s inaugural Development Speaker Series.

Sara Turner

Dr. Barry Hughes will be presenting at the IV Congreso del Futuro held at the headquarters of the national congress in Santiago, Chile on January 16, 2014 at 9:30 am local time (5:30 am M​S​T).


Our Center is excited to announce that we have been selected to receive a $1.05 million research grant as part of the Department of Defense's Minerva Initiative. 

Please read the official press release below.


Frederick S. Pardee Center Associate Director Jonathan Moyer recently traveled to Pretoria, South Africa, to participate in a series of events with the Institute for Security Studies (ISS).


Our staff is extremely grateful for the continued generosity of our founding supporter, Frederick S. Pardee. We are delighted to announce his most recent gift to our Center. Thank you, Fred! 

Please read the official press release below.

Sara Turner

Last week, anyone paying attention to international news likely saw headlines very similar to this one from The Economist: “H

Michael Dabbs

Last week, we launched our new website, a culmination of considerable effort from many members of the Pardee Center.

Ara Go

New users of the International Futures (IFs) system are often overwhelmed by its massive and comprehensive set of data series, variables, and parameters. Those unfamiliar with forecasting, modeling, or data analysis may also have a hard time grasping IFs unique vocabulary and features.