RFG publishes a newsletter called The Robertson Report. In addition to events, opportunities, Alumni Corner, and Fellows in the News, below is an overview of top stories from each edition as well as links to view the newsletter online.

Q2 - June 2020

  • Advancing diversity, equity and inclusion in international relations education
  • RFG Board stands against injustice and racism
  • Call for renewed discussion of equal opportunity, diversity and inclusion in the United States government
  • RFG Fellows in the news: Alexandra Hackbarth, Andrew Reighart and Noelle Camp
  • PLEN trains women for global policy careers
  • Updates from The Maxwell School
  • Alumni Council launches Financial Literacy Series
  • Alumni Council hosting Virtual Social Hours for each school's alumni

Special Issue - May 2020

  • RFG alumni are serving worldwide during the pandemic
    • Marian Nguyen: Evacuating Americans from Peru
    • Nathan Strand: Supporting Colombia with USAID
  • Professional development support for RFG Fellows and alumni
  • Women's Foreign Policy Group: Virtual Career Development series
  • Resources for civil servants during the pandemic

Special Issue - April 2020

  • Resources for civil servants during the pandemic
  • RFG encourages federal government to adopt recommendations of Inspired to Serve report
  • RFG Fellows and alumni: How is your work supporting the government during the coronavirus crisis?
  • Working from home and video conferencing dos and don’ts

Q1 - March 2020

  • Federal service in the pandemic era
  • RFG New Year Networking event
  • RFG supports Meridian's Ambassador Connections
  • The Volcker Alliance expands G2U to two new regions
  • Fellow news about Peter Casey, Noelle Camp, Tucker Boyce, Abigail Kamp, Javier Montalvo, and Ariane Scurti

Q4 - December 2019

  • Inaugural RFG cross-fellowship networking gathering
  • Six programs participate in multi-fellowship Congressional Insight simulation
  • RFG to celebrate 10th anniversary in 2020
  • Developing public leaders with a global mindset
  • Tribute to Paul A. Volcker
  • NAPA unveils list of Grand Challenges in Public Administration
  • Robertson Fellows connect with new school and alumni at UC San Diego's School of Global Policy and Strategy
  • University of Maryland School of Public Policy breaks ground on new school building and launches new website
  • Fellow news about Andrew Reighert and Nicholas Cicchinelli, holiday brunch
  • 2020 promises both hope and challenge for federal employees
  • 2019 Sammies winners and call for 2020 nominations

Q3 - September 2019

  • New class of fellows
  • Maxwell hosts undergraduate advisor training with funding from RFG
  • RFG sponsors 17th annual PPIA Public Service Expo
  • Corey Rogers interviewed Dr. Condoleezza Rice
  • NAPA announces 2019 Class of Academy Fellows
  • Stephanie Boomhower new director of career services as UCSD GPS
  • Recap of Professional Presentation Skills workshop for fellows and alumni

Q1/Q2 - June 2019

  • Congratuations to the 2019 Class!
  • Fowler honored by National Nuclear Security Administration
  • Volcker Alliance announces first Government-to-University Regional Councils
  • Fellows in the News
  • Announcing the 2019 Service to America Medals Finalists
  • PLEN's 40th Anniversary
  • Maxwell School ranks number one for public affairs
  • Alumni Corner: New Robertson Alumni Council

Q4 - December 2018

  • New class of fellows
  • New HQ and social media 
  • In memoriam: Robert Halligan
  • 7 fellows named 2019 finalists for the Presidential Management Fellowships
  • News from partner Bush School at TAMU
  • Promoting government service

Q3 - September 2018

  • RFFG is now RFG... and has a new look!
  • Congratulations to the 2018 Class!
  • Featured Fellow: Paul Massaro, U.S. Helsinki Commission
  • Engaging Iran: Next Steps and Policy Cross-Currents
  • Summer Internships Offer High-level Encounters
  • Maxwell alumnus co-funds two Robertson Fellows
  • Grants to Diversify International Relations, Expand Internships