They believe the world can be a better place – and they are prepared to do the hard work needed to actively bring about that brighter future.
APSIA students are ready to solve the world’s problems. They are flexible enough to navigate the world as it is now and in the future.
As part of an ongoing series, we give students the creative liberty to opine on their favorite memories from the School and “why GPS” is a solid fit to pursue their graduate education
In a Q&A, two students open up about how their fellowships are preparing them to break global boundaries after GPS
“In Cuba, you see the old and the new, the free market and Marxist-Leninist systems, different cultures, different faiths, all coming together in a way you can’t experience anywhere else in the world.
In a Q&A complementing our Storify tour of a day in the life of Jeanne Marasigan, the 2018 BA/MIA candidate paints a picture of what attending GPS looks like today
“Viking warrior daughter” is how Emily Otto’s father refers to her before his friends. And he’s right. Otto is a twenty-eight-year-old cadet in the Texas A&M Army Reserve Officer Training Corps and
Muhammad Yunus on a visit to GW, hosted by the Elliott School of International Affairs, graciously agreed to spend the day meeting with students and faculty prior to his public speaking event.
Professor Aisling Swaine recently invited three Elliott School women to accompany her to attend the UN Security Council’s open debate on Women, Peace, and Security.
The No Lost Generation Student Initiative, founded in 2013 at GW, focuses attention on the plight of children affected by the Syrian crisis.
“This was a very important experience for me, both as a student and as a person,” said Alkhiami, who spent a semester studying at the University of Leeds in the United Kingdom. “Even just coming back
Over two days in New York City, students at the Penn State School of International Affairs saw firsthand the diverse careers they can pursue after graduation, gained valuable insight on jumpstarting t
Travis Lindsay, 2017 MIA candidate, reflects on the ways in which his first year at GPS primed him for the accomplishments that followed, such as being published in The Diplomat
Sam Nunn School of International Affairs and Georgia Tech in general is a place where everything you thought you knew is challenged at some point.
Granted participation in the Kakehashi Project in 2016, GPS sent a cohort of students to Japan to absorb the culture and make memories to last a lifetime
In a Q&A complementing our Storify tour of a day in the life of Shadi Matar, the 2018 MPP candidate paints a picture of what attending GPS looks like today
Working behind the scenes, GPS’s Professional Development Committee is dedicated to dreaming up how to make students stand out in the workforce
Read more about these and other policy-relevant internships at fordschool.umich.edu/careers-internships/field-reports
Eighteen students at the Bush School of Government and Public Service at Texas A&M University will aid that effort by designing and preparing proposals for the International Rescue Committee (IRC).
I recently participated in negotiations to solve a major global issue. And while I can’t say I was completely successful, significant headway was made.
Cameron Hickert, an International Studies undergraduate at the University of Denver’s Josef Korbel School of International Studies, was named a Schwarzman Scholar earlier this year.
Ayesha Hamza, a second-year International Studies MA candidate, was recently awarded the nationally competitive Critical Language Scholarship.
Matthew Matsuyama, 2018 MIA candidate, spared time from his studies in Tokyo to opine on his Boren Fellowship, including how its readying him for a civil service career
Larissa Basso, a Ph.D. candidate at University of Brasilia, is visiting GPS on a Fulbright Fellowship to explore the politics of energy decarbonization under Professor David Victor
Through the eyes of Luke Sanford, learn what being a Ph.D. candidate in GPS’s joint program with the UC San Diego Department of Political Science entails today
Andrew Watrous spent the summer of 2016 in Washington, DC, as a Harold W. Rosenthal Fellow in International Relations. He was one of 30 students nationwide selected for the program.
For Sanford MPP student Bahari Harris, having an impact on others’ lives is crucial.
Hear from some of PSIA’s alumni about their unique student experiences at the school.