Sarah E. Parkinson, Aronson Assistant Professor of Political Science and International Studies in the Krieger School and Johns Hopkins SAIS, has been awarded a JHU Berman Institute for Bioethics Exploration of Practical Ethics Research Grant. […]
“Through its alternating weekend schedule and small, cohort-based classes, I am pursuing an immersive graduate school experience while continuing to advance my career goals.”
“I was drawn to the school’s unique program —a combination of international relations and economics perspectives, a top-notch location, and passionate alumni base.”
“As someone who wanted to study Chinese history and politics, and be immersed in Chinese society, the Hopkins-Nanjing Center was the only choice that made sense for me.”
“It has been exciting to be surrounded by great authors and public intellectuals on the faculty who frequently appear in the media to comment on global issues. “
The American Political Science Association has awarded Senior Lecturer of International Studies and Political Science Matthew Kocher the Heinz Eulau prize.
” I knew I wanted to attend a school with strong conflict management and international development departments and Johns Hopkins SAIS was the only institution that fit the bill.”