“At Johns Hopkins SAIS, I am the Co-President of the Defense and Intelligence Club and a member of the Eurasia Club. “
“As a student in Washington, DC, I have had the opportunity to intern at the State Department’s Office of Regional Policy Coordination under the International Organizations Bureau.”
“My supervisors at the Center for Strategic and International Studies and the Albright Stonebridge Group were Johns Hopkins SAIS African Studies Program graduates and impressed me as true experts on the issues and dilemmas of the African continent.”
The Master of Arts in Global Policy (MAGP) hosted a three-day leadership residency in Richmond, Virginia at the end of August 2017.
John Lipsky, the Peter G. Peterson Distinguished Scholar at the Henry A. Kissinger Center for Global Affairs and a Senior Fellow at the Foreign Policy Institute, has been elected Vice-Chair of the Board of Directors […]
First year Asia Programs concentrators ended their first week of school with a tour of the U.S. Capitol hosted by the office of Congressman Joaquin Castro (TX), followed by a roundtable discussion with Congressman Castro […]
“I chose to apply to Johns Hopkins SAIS because I knew it would allow me to become a versatile diplomat, but also would equip me with the skills and professional network to be successful in the private sector.”