We are excited to announce that the Johns Hopkins Foreign Affairs Review (FAR) has published all the accepted submissions for this semester. FAR is an International Studies Program journal. It is […]
News & Announcements Archive
Congratulations to our very own Alex Kwon, Academic Program Coordinator for International Studies, East Asian Studies and Islamic Studies, who on Sunday, April 29 was presented with the Homewood Cup […]
Kristofer Madu ’21, International Studies freshman and founder of the non-profit organization Water is the Answer, delivered one of the Johns Hopkins University 2018 HopTalks.
Congratulations to International Studies junior Teo Icliyurek ’19 who has received a 2018 William F. Clinger, Jr. undergraduate research award. Teo’s research is titled Negative vs. Positive Conceptions: Freedom of […]
Congratulations to our very own Dr. Sydney Van Morgan, Director of the International Studies Program, who has received this year’s Krieger School of Arts and Sciences Undergraduate Faculty Advising Award! […]
Congratulations to International Studies senior Taylor Veracka ’18 who was named Johns Hopkins Undergraduate Student Employee of the Year for her work as the Peer Advisor Manager in the JHU […]
Congratulations to the 2018 SAIS International Criminal Court Moot team. The SAIS team was the first place finisher in the Regional Round for the Americas and Caribbean of the International […]
The JHU Foreign Affairs Symposium, with co-sponsorship from the Aronson Center for International Studies, hosted former Obama Administration U.N. Ambassador Samantha Power on March 14. Power, an expert in human […]
International Studies students Anthony Boutros and Lauren Paulet were two of the organizers of the Johns Hopkins walk-out to protest gun violence on March 14. The symbolic event was in […]
Read about International Studies freshman Kristofer Madu and his life as a rapper and philanthropist in the February 8 edition of the Johns Hopkins News-Letter.