In “The science that isn’t seen because it’s not in English,” Scott L. Montgomery, a Jackson School lecturer and geoscientist, is quoted and his book, “Does Science Need a Global
In “Blaming Big Oil: Righteous and Wrong,” Jackson School faculty Scott L. Montgomery asserts for climate progressives and activists, this year has been mixed and more complicated than it appears.
Jackson School faculty Scott L. Montgomery unpicks some uncomfortable truths about the U.S. war in and withdrawal from Afghanistan, and the trajectory and role of the Taliban as it becomes the legitimate
In an article titled, “Afghanistan has vast mineral wealth but faces steep challenges to tap it” Jackson School faculty Scott L. Montgomery looks at the opportunities and difficulties of the country
In his latest article titled, “Billionaires Aloft“, Jackson School Faculty Scott Montgomery explores why billionaires seem to have an obsession with space travel.
Jackson School Lecturer Scott Montgomery offers reasons to be optimistic about global ageing as a demographic change in his latest article titled, “Ageing Societies Are Not the End of the World.”
In his article “How Joe Biden could increase pressure on Vladimir Putin if their June 16 meeting fails to deter Russia’s ‘harmful’ behavior” Jackson School Lecturer Scott Montgomery analyzes current U.S.-Russia relations
Not even a pandemic could stop 107 Jackson School international studies seniors during winter quarter this year from diving into nine pressing global issues and presenting their ideas for solutions
In “Rush to Judgment – What the King of Talk Radio Did for His Listeners” Jackson School Lecturer Scott Montgomery analyzes the focus on radio personality Rush Limbaugh, who died
In an article titled “Capitol Marble” Faculty Scott Montgomery reflects on the Jan. 6 Capitol riot, explores the stage and actors shaping the end of the Trump era, and reminds us