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SAIS Summer Programs will be holding a lunchtime info session on March 27th to discuss the 20 graduate course offerings in international affairs. The SAIS summer term is six-weeks long with all classes held in the evening to accommodate internship schedules. Each course is worth four graduate credits. Sample courses include Illicit Finance, International Political Economy of Emerging Markets, and Russia Behind the Headlines. Read course descriptions at sais-jhu.edu/summer.
Interested in applying for a Fulbright? Not really sure what the program entails and want to learn more? The International Studies Program and the National Fellowships Program Office will be hosting a panel of current foreign Fulbright recipients studying here in the U.S. to answer student questions about the program and the learn about the receipents’ home countries.
Speaker: Rachel Lewis, Associate Professor in Women and Gender Studies, George Mason University
Title: “Queering Deportability: The Politics of Lesbian Migrant Anti-Deportation Activism”
The JHU Policy Competition Team and the International Studies Program invite interested students to participate in the first annual JHU Policy Marathon! Featuring over 20 selected judges, specialists in their respective fields, from around the nation, students will spend 24 hours crafting policy memos and presentations addressing topics in one of two categories: Public Health or International Studies. Hone your policy writing and critical thinking skills, network with peers and mentors, learn from the special lectures and presentations hosted by our judges and compete for a grand prize of $500.