On June 11, nearly 300 students, alumni, employers, and staff gathered at the National Press Club in Washington DC for the third annual APSIA Career [...]
On May 1, 36 advisors from 14 minority serving institutions gathered at the University of Southern California (USC) in Los Angeles, CA for a workshop [...]
The Yale Board of Trustees has approved the transformation of the university’s Jackson Institute for Global Affairs into a school, President Peter Salovey announced today.
The School of International Service (SIS) has launched a unique degree designed to equip future international affairs policy experts with the hard analytical and management skills they need to effect change in their field: the Master of Arts in International Affairs, Policy, and Analysis (IAPA).
It takes innovation and astute strategies to solve problems that communities face around the globe. SIS's Social Enterprise program has created a framework to help guide future entrepreneurs who want to accomplish social good.
This year, 14 American University students and alumni are finalists in the federal government’s Presidential Management Fellowship (PMF) Program, with five from the School of International Service (SIS).