Alumni: Life After Pardee RAND

PRGS Alumni at 2014 Commencement

Photo by Yael Silk

Alumni gather to celebrate Commencement Weekend 2014

Since its inception in 1970, the Pardee RAND Graduate School has graduated more than 300 PhDs. Our alumni have gone on to a wide range of jobs in government, business, non-profit institutions, and academia.

Pardee RAND organizes alumni activities and encourages alumni to let us know of their achievements and whereabouts. This page provides a brief glimpse at some recent events and news.

  • Rep. John Lewis to Speak at Biennial Commencement Weekend

    Jun 18, 2016

    Pardee RAND Graduate School is pleased to announce its biennial Commencement Weekend will be held Thursday, June 16 through Saturday, June 18, featuring a keynote address by the civil rights leader U.S. Rep. John Lewis. All alumni are encouraged to attend.

  • RAND Corporation Appoints Special Advisor on Israel with the Center for Middle East Public Policy

    Apr 21, 2016

    Alum Shira Efron (cohort '11) has been named a special advisor on Israel at the RAND Corporation Center for Middle East Public Policy, to continue to develop relationships with Israeli institutions and attract support for further Israel-related public policy research.

  • Dardia Named VP for Finance at New York Public Library

    Mar 17, 2016

    The New York Public Library announced this week that they've named alum Michael Dardia (cohort '89) to be their new vice president for finance and assistant treasurer. Dardia was previously co-director for research at the New York Citizens' Budget Commission.

  • Alum Discusses U.S. Drug Addiction and Drug Abuse Problem

    Mar 9, 2016

    Alum Bradley D. Stein (cohort '97) is interviewed by CCTV about drug addiction and drug abuse in America.

  • How to Fix Guantanamo's Broken Justice

    Mar 7, 2016

    Replacing military judges with federal judges would expedite the process of resolving the Guantánamo cases in ways that would reflect better on the credibility and legitimacy of the U.S. justice system, while serving the interests of Congress, the president, survivors, and victims' families, writes alum Jack Riley (cohort '88).