News & Announcements Archive

Faculty Friday with Dr. Steven David

The International Studies Leadership Committee hosted its first Faculty Friday lunch of the semester with Dr. Steven David, Professor of Political Science. Dr. David began by discussing his research, explaining the time he spent living in Africa inspired him to work to modify international relations theories in order to account for the developing world. He then […]


ISLC Hosts Discussion on International Law with Dr. Marieke de Hoon

The International Studies Leadership Committee (ISLC) was delighted to host a fascinating discussion for International Studies majors and Pre-Law students with Dr. Marieke de Hoon, Assistant Professor at the Vrije Universiteit, Amsterdam on February 22nd. Dr. De Hoon, who also directs the Netherlands office of the Public International Law and Policy Group (PILPG), spoke with […]


IS Senior awarded Emile Boutmy Scholarship at Sciences Po

Elana Movshovich, a senior studying International Studies and Sociology, has been accepted to the Master program at Sciences Po Paris and has been awarded an Emile Boutmy Scholarship, a prestigious scholarship presented to top international students studying at Sciences Po. At Sciences Po, Elana will pursue an MA degree in Communications, Media, and Creative Industries at the School of […]


5 Year BA/MA Deadlines Approaching

The deadlines to apply for admission to the five-year BA/MA programs with the Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS) in Washington, D.C. and with Sciences Po Paris are approaching. The deadline for SAIS is February 5th and the deadline for Sciences Po is February 1st. Current sophomores are eligible to apply for these […]


New Funding Program: The Weisman Internship Fund

ISP is excited to announce The Weisman Internship Fund, a new endowment designated for students in the International Studies Program participating in internship experiences. Funding for internship-related expenses is awarded based on submitted proposals summarizing a position that the student has already accepted. Additional information about submitting a proposal for funding can be found on […]


US Senator Barbara Mikulski Joins Johns Hopkins Faculty

Barbara Mikulski joins the Johns Hopkins University this month as professor of public policy and adviser to university president Ron Daniels. Senator Mikulski, who recently completed five terms in office, will serve as a Homewood Professor in the Department of Political Science. Her experience in government and expertise on public policy will be a great […]


ISLC Hosts Study Break

International Studies Majors and prospective majors had a great time taking a break from studying while enjoying cookies and hot chocolate at the study break hosted by the International Studies Leadership Council (ISLC). This festive study break also included a visit from Comet the dog, the newest unofficial ISP mascot. Learn more about the ISLC and stay […]


ISLC Co-Hosts Panel on US Election

The International Studies Leadership Committee co-hosted a special panel discussion on the US election with JHU’s European Horizons . The panel, moderated by ISLC co-chair David Hamburger and European Horizons President Lucas Feuser, featured Professors Steven David and Nicolas Jabko of Political Science and Hent de Vries of the Humanities Center. Read more about the […]