News & Announcements Archive

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!

Getting to Know the IS Program with Daniel Kim and David Hamburger

For our second edition of “Getting to Know the IS Program”, we are featuring two current juniors, Daniel Kim and David Hamburger. They are both in the 5 year School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS) BA/MA program and co-chairs of the International Studies Leadership Council (ISLC). Daniel is from Goyangsi, South Korea, and an International […]

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 […]