Over the summer, Danny Jeon (International Studies/East Asian Studies, ’17; SAIS BA/MA) successfully organized and hosted the 68th Japan-America Student Conference as American Student Executive Chair. He writes: The Japan-America Student Conference (JASC) is the oldest student-led bilateral exchange between the two countries. In 1934 JASC was initiated by university students concerned by the breakdown […]
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The International Studies Program announces our newest class of SAIS BA/MA students: David Hamburger, Maria Belen Wu, Lisa Xiao, Jonathan Tai, Daniel Kim, Robert Ticzon, Malen Nousari, and Sarah Wolfe. This group of extraordinary young leaders in international affairs will spend their junior year at Homewood finishing their undergraduate coursework before departing for SAIS to begin the […]
Carly Greenspan, a senior majoring in international studies and anthropology, will return to Jordan to research gender-based citizenship law reform at the King Hussein Foundation in Amman. A record nineteen Johns Hopkins students and recent graduates have received grants from the Fulbright Scholar Program to study, teach, and conduct research abroad.