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A View from the Class: Ryan Dahm MPA ’21

By | 2020-05-26T19:26:16+00:00 May 26th, 2020|APSIA Member Blog Posts|

The SIPA Office of Alumni and Development is pleased to share A View from the Class, a SIPA stories series featuring current SIPA students, recently graduated alumni, and faculty.  Hello, I am Ryan Dahm, a first-year Master of Public Administration (MP...

Yellow Ribbon Program Scholarship for U.S. Veterans

By | 2020-05-11T18:12:03+00:00 May 11th, 2020|APSIA Member Blog Posts|

The Columbia University School of International and Public Affairs is pleased to announce the application for the Yellow Ribbon Program Scholarship, available to eligible veterans of the U.S. Armed Forces, for the 2020/21 academic year. About the Yello...

A View from the Class: Maria José Pinto MIA ’20

By | 2020-05-08T12:27:24+00:00 May 8th, 2020|APSIA Member Blog Posts|

The SIPA Office of Alumni and Development is pleased to share A View from the Class, a SIPA stories series featuring current SIPA students, recently graduated alumni, and faculty.  Hello, I am Maria José Pinto, a Master of International Affairs (MIA) c...

A Faculty Perspective: Preparing to Study Cyber at SIPA

By | 2020-05-06T13:25:47+00:00 May 6th, 2020|APSIA Member Blog Posts|

Guest Post by Professor Jason Healey Admissions note: Jason Healey is a Senior Research Scholar at SIPA specializing in cyber conflict, competition, and cooperation. He directs the Initiative on the Future of Cyber Risk and teaches two courses: Dynamic...

A View from the Class: Erika Bañuelos MIA ’21

By | 2020-05-04T13:24:48+00:00 May 4th, 2020|APSIA Member Blog Posts|

The SIPA Office of Alumni and Development is pleased to share A View from the Class, a SIPA stories series featuring current SIPA students, recently graduated alumni, and faculty.  Hello, I am Erika Bañuelos, a Master of International Affairs (MIA) can...

Reader request: All about EPD’s curriculum and career networks

By | 2020-05-01T13:47:23+00:00 May 1st, 2020|APSIA Member Blog Posts|

Thanks to Shruti Manian MPA ’20 for this blog post in response to a reader request. (Yes, we do read your submitted ideas! You can submit a post request here!) This is for Agastia C., who asked for tips on coping with the rigorous curriculum in t...

A View from the Class: Sarah Alshawish MIA ’21

By | 2020-04-29T13:13:08+00:00 April 29th, 2020|APSIA Member Blog Posts|

The SIPA Office of Alumni and Development is pleased to share A View from the Class, a SIPA stories series featuring current SIPA students, recently graduated alumni, and faculty.  Hello, I am Sarah Alshawish, a first-year Master of International Affai...

Beware of student loan scams

By | 2020-04-27T14:07:50+00:00 April 27th, 2020|APSIA Member Blog Posts|

From time to time, we see some bad actors preying on confusion or spreading misinformation to try to coax student loan borrowers into paying for services they are entitled to at no cost. The economic stimulus bill recently passed by Congress provides r...

Schooling myself at SIPA

By | 2020-04-20T18:03:00+00:00 April 20th, 2020|APSIA Member Blog Posts|

Every Wednesday during the semester, I would make the four-block stroll from SIPA to PS 36 Margaret Douglas, a primary school in Morningside Heights. If the children were in the playground, I could hear their unbridled laughter and shouts from almost a...

Post Roundup for Admitted Students

By | 2020-04-15T12:04:05+00:00 April 15th, 2020|APSIA Member Blog Posts|

We launched our ~virtual~ Admitted Students’ Day last week for admitted students to get to know the SIPA community, including faculty, current students, and alumni. It’s by far the weirdest one I’ve been involved in, and usually every...