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  • Sciences Po Spring Semester Abroad and Journalism Program Deadlines

    Applications for the Spring 2014 Semester Abroad and Journalism Program at Sciences Po are due on Friday, October 4th, 2013. Please visit the Sciences Po page on our website for more details on how to apply!

  • Introducing the Brown Family Travel Fund

    The Brown Family Travel Fund is geared towards rising or current seniors and funding for travel-related expenses is awarded based on submitted proposals for projects (research projects, international conferences, etc.) that students wish to complete during their senior year or the summer preceding it.

    To learn more, please visit our Awards page.
  • Careers in Foreign Policy Discussion with Clinton Foundation FP Director Ami Desai

    On Thursday, December 6th at 6:00 pm in Mason Hall Auditorium, Mr. Ami Desai, Foreign Policy Director at the Clinton Foundation, will share his experience as President Clinton's foreign policy director.

    Mr. Desai works on a wide range of international issues and programs, including Haiti, the Clinton Climate Initiative, and relations with foreign governments and Heads of State. Before joining the Clinton Foundation in January 2007, Mr. Desai served as Legislative Aide to then-U.S. Senator Hillary Rodham Clinton, with responsibility for various foreign policy issues. View Mr. Desai's full bio here.

    Mr. Desai also has significant professional experience in finance and in health care.

    A meet and greet reception will follow the event.

    RSVP here:
  • Sciences Po Menton First Global South International Studies Conference Online

    The Sciences Po Menton campus is hosting the First Global South International Studies Conference between November 29 - December 1. The conference is being streamed live at the following link:

    Website for the conference:
  • Foreign Policy Panel Discussion Video Online

    On Thursday, October 25th, International Studies and student group JHU Politik hosted our main fall academic event, a panel discussion assessing the foreign policy of the Obama administration. Professors Steven David and Daniel Deudney from JHU and Professor Colin Dueck from George Mason University, debated their views on President Obama's foreign policy to an audience of over 250 people. 

    A video of the event in its entirety is available at the following link if you missed the event or would like to revisit the experience!
  • Spring 2013 Courses Posted

    Approved courses for the spring semester are now online and can be found in the "Courses" section of the website.
  • SAIS Information Session

    Thursday, October 25th, 2012 in Levering Glass Pavilion. There will be two sessions: 10-11:30 AM and 1:30-3 PM. Refreshments will be served.

    Learn about the Nitze School of Advanced International Studies: including our prestigious BA/MA Program with optional first year in Bologna or Nanjing, the Junior Year Abroad in Bologna, or in applying to SAIS after graduation from Hopkins.

    In attendance: Sidney Jackson representing Admissions, Dean Bonnie Wilson representing Bologna, and Katie Brooks representing Nanjing.


  • Sciences Po Information Session 

    October 4th, 2012 in Charles Commons Barber Conference Room. There will be two sessions: 10-11:30 AM and 1:30-3:00 PM. Refreshments will be served.

    Learn about the variety of study abroad opportunities with the prestigious French political science institute Sciences Po, including the BA/MA, Junior Year or Semester Abroad programs in either French or English tracks. Students from Hopkins and France will share their experiences at Sciences Po.

  • Deadline for Sciences Po Spring Semester Study Abroad

    The deadline to apply for the spring semester exchange program with Sciences Po's regional campuses or Paris campus, and for the spring semester Journalism Program, is October 5th at 11:59 PM.
  • Fall 2012 Office Hours

    Associate Director Julia Galan's fall office hours are Tuesdays and Thursdays from 2-4 PM. Please feel free to stop by during those times - no appointment necessary.
  • Office of Academic Advising Launches Undergraduate Research Website

    This research page provides students with valuable information when they are ready to pursue research opportunities. Students can find information about developing research interests, discovering research opportunities and funding, both in the US and abroad, finding a faculty sponsor and more. 

    Check out the site at:  
  • SAIS NY Alumni Networking Event on July 23rd

    The SAIS NY Alumni Club is hosting a networking and professional development panel on Monday, July 23, 2012 from 6:30-8:00 PM at KPMG LLP (345 Park Avenue, between 51st and 52nd).

    Open to International Studies undergraduates, this is a unique opportunity to join SAIS alumni for a moderated panel discussion and networking. 

    Panelists include marketing and communications entrepreneurs, an executive coach, professionals from the non-profit and emerging market finance sectors, as well as a special visit from KPMG’s National Director of Diversity and Corporate Responsibility who will speak to Marketing ‘Your’ Brand.  All of these distinguished speakers have successfully navigated their own careers – some re-inventing themselves along the way – and they have noteworthy tips to share!

    RSVP by July 20 to Julia Galan ( and Frank Fusco (

  • Meet our 2012-2013 Peer Advisors!

    The International Studies Peer Advisor Network is comprised of juniors, seniors and alumni who are happy to answer questions about the major and provide candid advice on study abroad, research, internships, and more based on their own experiences.

    Whether you are a prospective student or a current student in the International Studies Program, feel free to email any of the peer advisors at any time.

    You can find their contact information and bios here.
  • Foreign Affairs Symposium 2012: The Paradox of Progress

    The Foreign Affairs Symposium 2012 program is now available at the following link:

    Speakers such as Valerie Plame, David Frum, Stephanie Rawlings-Blake are in the lineup for this prestigious symposium, in addition to an Occupy Wall Street Panel on March 6th featuring Occupy representatives from across the country.
  • Sciences Po Programs page now online

    Check out the new Sciences Po page, outlining our new selection of opportunities at this prestigious institute for political science. In addition to the 5-year BA/MA program, Sciences Po offers a Junior Year Abroad program as well as Fall and Spring semester programs. Students can choose to pursue courses in French or in English.

    Program descriptions, eligibility and admission process and deadlines are now available.

    Please email Associate Director Julia Galan ( with any questions.
  • SAIS Programs page now online

    Check out the new SAIS page, outlining our BA/MA and Junior Year Abroad programs with the School of Advanced International Studies in Washington, D.C. and Bologna, Italy. 

    Program description, eligibility and admission process and deadlines are now available.

    Please email Associate Director Julia Galan ( with any questions.

  • Deloitte Federal Strategy and Operations Job Opportunities:

    Deloitte Consulting is accepting resumes for its Federal Analyst position until Sunday, September 25.

    Deloitte's Federal S&O Service Area works to develop executable strategies for federal clients, including government agencies within Homeland Security, Energy and Resources, Healthcare, Emerging Markets, Defense, Financial Services, and Civilian segments such as the Department of State, TSA, and the Navy.

    As a federal S&O analyst, Deloitte provides you with the opportunity to sharpen your analytical and business skills while working across a wide range of projects to tackle complex business problems in the public sector. In addition, you will contribute to the further advancement of the organization by assisting in the development of project proposals, presentations, and industry publications. You will have access to mentoring, counseling, and training opportunities to help foster and accelerate your development of new skills and capabilities.

    For more information, please contact any of the JHU Federal Strategy and Operations Recruiting Team members below:

    Muireann Mageras (A&S 2011)

    Daniel Ingram (A&S 2010)

    Rebecca Razulis (A&S 2009)

    Liz Krimmel (A&S 2006)

    Mike Berecz (A&S 2001)

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