News & Announcements Archive


Israel Bartal on U.S.-Israeli Relations

Israel Bartal on U.S.-Israeli Relations
On Monday April 25, 2016, Professor Israel Bartal met with students and faculty in an event run by the International Studies Program and the International Studies Leadership Committee. Professor Bartal […]


International Studies majors meet with Ambassador Dennis Ross

International Studies majors meet with Ambassador Dennis Ross
Ambassador Dennis Ross met with International Studies majors for lunch yesterday in an event run by the International Studies Leadership Committee. Ross is currently counselor and William Davidson Distinguished Fellow at […]


International Studies Office Hours at the Career Center

International Studies Office Hours at the Career Center
On Friday, April 1st, the JHU Career Center hosted its first event intended for international studies majors to discuss professional communication and work on resumes for careers in international affairs. […]


Ayaan Hirsi Ali Visits Homewood Campus

Ayaan Hirsi Ali Visits Homewood Campus
Johns Hopkins’ International Studies majors had the opportunity on February 29 to meet Ayaan Hirsi Ali, the Somali-born activist, writer, and politician. Hirsi Ali is currently is a fellow with […]


Student Wins Japanese Speech Contest

Student Wins Japanese Speech Contest
Mr. Danny Jeon, a student majoring in East Asian and international studies and playing a major role in East Asian Studies Program activities, received first prize at the Japanese Speech Contest […]


Brazil in Focus: Brazilians, Culture, and Politics

Brazil in Focus: Brazilians, Culture, and Politics
The Portuguese Language Program held its inaugural symposium on Brazil, entitled Brazil in Focus, on Monday and Tuesday, November 9-10, 2015. Co-sponsored by the Program for Latin American Studies, the […]


Professors Discuss South African Student Unrest

Sean Jacobs, assistant professor of International Affairs at The New School in New York, and Dan Magaziner, an associate professor of history at Yale University, spoke on Friday about the student protests in South Africa. Since mid-October, students of several South African universities have been protesting a proposed 11.5 percent tuition hike announced by President Jacob Zuma.


Commencement Graduates

This list includes December 2014 graduates along with Commencement 2015 graduates. Julia Hunter Allen Samuel Conger Austin Annabel Olivia Barnicke, also Economics Cara Jean Beirne Ryan Frankie Bender, also History […]


Breakfast with PBS NewsHour Anchor Hari Sreenivasan

Breakfast with PBS NewsHour Anchor Hari Sreenivasan
Hari Sreenivasan is an experienced journalist; before working for PBS NewsHour, he worked for CBS evening news, with Katie Couric and Peter Jennings, and at c-Net. On Friday morning of […]