News & Announcements Archive

Aronson Professor Awarded JHU Berman Institute for Bioethics Exploration of Practical Ethics Research Grant

Congratulations to Aronson Professor Sarah Parkinson and her co-investigator Meaghan Charlton (a PhD candidate in Political Science) who received a JHU Berman Institute for Bioethics Exploration of Practical Ethics Research Grant.  They will be studying communities of ethical practice in humanitarian disasters, with a focus on the Syrian refugee crisis.

ISLC Hosts Welcome Back Party

Starting the academic year off in style, the International Studies Leadership Council hosted a welcome-back meet-and-greet in the International Studies Program office in Mergenthaler Hall. Almost a hundred students came to mingle with alumni, faculty, and community partners over food and drinks. Like the International Studies Facebook page to stay updated on future events.

SAIS Welcomes New BA/MA Candidates

A new group of BA/MA candidates made it official as they participated in new student orientation at SAIS’ DC campus.  From left, seniors Jonathan Tai, Ava White, David Hamburger, and Robert Ticzon.

International Studies Alumni Gather in DC

Nearly 50 alumni, graduates of International Studies, SAIS and related programs, gathered at Washington, DC hot spot Hawthorne on August 10 to reconnect, network and show their Blue Jay spirit.  The event marked the launch of the new International Studies Affinity (Alumni) Group which consists of dedicated international studies alumni who want to give back […]

International Studies Junior Wins Gilman Study Abroad Award

International Studies junior Sami Ayele is one of nearly 1,000 American undergraduate students from 386 colleges and universities across the United States selected to receive the prestigious Benjamin A. Gilman International Scholarship to study abroad during the 2017-2018 academic year.

SAIS BA/MA Candidate Interns at the U.S. Embassy in Rome

Johns Hopkins junior, and SAIS BA/MA candidate, Caroline Lupetini discusses working as a Public Affairs intern at the U.S. Embassy in Rome for the Career Center’s Exploring Internships feature.

Internship Leads to Publication for SAIS BA/MA Student

Johns Hopkins senior, and SAIS BA/MA candidate, Jonathan Tai completed a spring semester internship with the Inle Advisory Group, a business development consultancy with a specialty in Myanmar, where his article on Beijing’s stake in the Myanmar peace process was published by the China-United States Exchange Foundation’s on-line magazine, China-US Focus.

Congratulations Graduates!

The International Studies Program commends the students who graduated on May 24, 2017.