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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.


Aronson International Experience Grants Awarded

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The Aronson International Experience Grants awards have been made possible through a generous gift from Jeffrey and Shari Aronson as part of the Aronson Center for International Studies. They are designed to make educational opportunities abroad more accessible to International Studies Program students. This year three students were awarded funding for year-long study abroad experiences […]


Students Intern Around the Globe with the Weisman Internship Fund

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The Weisman Internship Fund is an endowment designated for students in the International Studies Program participating in internship experiences. This summer 14 students will be using their funding to finance internships as varied as working in the Public Affairs section of the U.S. Embassy in Rome to conducting quantitative and qualitative analysis on selected market developments at […]


Fall 2018 SAIS BA/MA Students Selected

SAIS BAMA Entering Fall 18

Congratulations to the newest class of students who were selected for the BA/MA program at the School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS): Ryan Lucas, Kyla Persky, Erik Bostrom, Robin Dickey, Jake Morris, Alexandra Marksteiner, George Goodfriend, and Caroline Lupetini (not pictured). The students will spend their final year at Homewood this fall before heading off […]


Two International Studies Majors awarded Boren Scholarships

International Studies majors Ian Markham ’18 and Kacie Wuthrich’19 were both awarded Boren Scholarships to study in regions critical to U.S. National Security. Ian will travel to Latvia to study Russian and Kacie will study Mandarin in Beijing and Shanghai. Read more about the Ian and Kacie’s plans in The Hub. Congratulations to you both!