Indiana University vice president for international affairs, Hannah Buxbaum, has been elected to the Curatorium of the Hague Academy of International Law. The Hague Academy was founded in 1923 as a center for high-level education and determines the scientific policies and activities of the academy, designs its programs and chooses lecturers. Buxbaum joins 17 international scholars on the Curatorium. Buxbaum has taught international law at several universities, including Humboldt University, University of Cologne and Universite Paris II. She holds undergraduate law degrees from Cornell University and a master’s degree from the University of Heidelberg. 

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