Over spring break more than 50 students, faculty members, and distinguished visitors traveled to France on the international staff ride to study the origin, conduct, and legacy of the French Resistance during the Second World […]
We asked our students studying at the Hopkins-Nanjing Center in Nanjing, China about their favorite places in the city. Here is what they had to say.
” I am involved in SAIS Global Women in Leadership, an organization that takes those with a passion for women’s issues and helps them assume leadership roles and engage with a diverse network of professionals.”
” I appreciate that the school requires its students to take classes in economics and pass a proficiency in a foreign language, which is indispensable for foreign service careers.”
On March 13, students in the Energy, Resources and Environment program, as well as other concentrations, visited the U.S. Department of States’ Diplomacy Center, where they participated in a simulation about the Treaty on the […]
Current students from among the school’s degrees and concentrations joined Dean Vali Nasr for a coffee chat, where they exchanged ideas related to community outreach, curriculum, faculty, and potential career paths after graduation. The discussion […]
Assistant Professor of Energy, Resources, and Environment Jonas Nahm has been appointed to the National Committee on U.S.-China Relations’ Public Intellectuals Program (PIP). This two-year-program is intended to improve American public understanding of China by […]