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 […]
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Last Friday, the 2nd Annual Aronson International Studies Conference took place and featured prominent scholars, authors and policy makers discussing populism, multicultural identity and the future of Europe.
Lucy Delgado, International Studies major and member of the Class of 2017, will receive the Barton Cup for Student Leadership on Sunday.
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 […]
The International Studies Leadership Council has created a bimonthly feature article highlighting the amazing and incredible things students and faculty are doing within the major. Their first feature article is with Renee Marlin-Bennett, Professor of Political Science and Faculty Liaison to the International Studies Program.
Learn more about the International Studies Program on Youtube. Featured below is an interview with International Studies major Michelle Oguine, who is currently at SAIS as part of the 5 […]
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 […]
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 […]
Elana Movshovich, a senior studying International Studies and Sociology, has been accepted to the Master program at Sciences Po Paris and has been awarded an Emile Boutmy Scholarship, a prestigious scholarship presented […]
The deadlines to apply for admission to the five-year BA/MA programs with the Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS) in Washington, D.C. and with Sciences Po Paris are […]