The Committee on Armed Services has appointed new members to the Commission of the National Defense Strategy for the U.S., among them Ambassador Eric Edelman and Thomas Mahnken of Johns Hopkins SAIS.
“My courses covered qualitative and quantitative approaches for understanding risk and uncertainty, and my summer internship is an ideal setting to apply these skills in a business context.”
“My studies enabled me to work at the World Bank on sustainable energy development projects, gaining professional experience even before graduation.”
As students concentrating in Conflict Management, European and Eurasian Studies, and International Law, all were very excited to apply what they learned in the classroom to understand a current conflict in their region of interest.
“The Hopkins-Nanjing Center allowed me to connect classroom lectures on Chinese history, politics, and development with a city of national importance.”
“I was drawn to Johns Hopkins SAIS due to the strong Middle East Studies curriculum, language program, and unparalleled research opportunities.”
“The school’s strategic location in Washington, DC and its impeccable reputation within the development sector were important factors in my decision to apply.”