Sophomore Vanessa Han has been awarded a Provost’s Undergraduate Research Award to study the structural undercurrents of Korean and Black relations in Baltimore. A Sociology and International Studies major, with a minor […]
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Since last winter, Jaime Martinez ’24 has balanced classwork with running for school board in Pennsylvania’s North Allegheny School District, just north of Pittsburgh. If elected, he would become the […]
On Wednesday, Oct. 11, four Johns Hopkins University experts, including Aronson professors Adria Lawrence and Sarah Parkinson, convened to discuss the latest developments in an evolving and escalating conflict between […]
The Fall 2023 Aronson Speaker Series, “Faculty Globetrotters,” began on September 22 with SNF Agora Institute professor Glory Liu.
Foreign Affairs Review is an undergraduate-run journal sponsored by the International Studies Program at Hopkins and the International Studies Leadership Council. FAR publishes articles covering a variety of international relations […]
A 2023 graduate of the International Studies Program and a Woodrow Wilson Scholar, Perez will be studying Indonesian this summer with his CLS award.
A member of the Class of 2023, Sigrid Edson received the Sudler Prize in recognition of her plays about the LGBTQ+ community.
International studies and economics major Ava Levine's work on the focus of women after incarceration and with the Maryland Justice Project is leading her to a new path.
Syed, a 2007 Anthropology and International Studies graduate, serves as CEO of a The Markup, an award-winning news outlet that applies data-intensive investigative journalism to one of Washington's biggest policy concerns. She was featured by the Hub as one of their alumni Changemakers.
The Office of Pre-Professional Programs and Advising has hired a new assistant director and pre-law advisor – Komal Raani Dilawari – who will offer advising in pre-health and pre-law careers. […]