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.
Quinn Campbell (MA 2019)
Dominique Samantha Dulay (MA 2019)
Palak Sharma (MA 2019)
Jackson MA students partnered with Futaleufu Riverkeeper, a Chilean NGO, to propose specific tools for increasing international protections for fragile ecosystems in Patagonia.
In a Q&A complementing our Flickr tour of a day in the life of Charlie Vest, the 2019 MCEPA candidate paints a picture of what attending GPS looks like today
MGA Student Ashley Harrison talks about her internship at the American Chamber of Commerce in Casablanca, Morocco.
Al-Jizawi, who came to U of T through a Scholars-at-Risk scholarship, was one of the young leaders who kickstarted the movement, which has gone from being a peaceful revolt to a full-scale civil war w
Master of Global Affairs (MGA) alumna Kerry Paterson (MGA’14) loves her new job, in spite of the horrors. This year, she began working in New York City as the Global Advocacy and Communications Manage
Valentina Briceño-Strocchia is a second-year student in the Master of Global Affairs (MGA) program. Now doing her exchange in Paris, France at Sciences Po, Briceño-Strocchia spent her summer interning
To celebrate our MGA students and shed some light on the program’s unique professional focus, we spoke to three students who shared their favourite experiences, as well as their aspirations and plans
A University of Toronto student-led project examining a cash-transfer program’s success in Jordan with Syrian refugees was featured in the Globe and Mail.
GPS students and alumni learn how to assess genetic engineering at the intersection of policy and regulation
Anja Moser, MIA student and intern at the United Nations Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific (UNESCAP), Bangkok, about her MIA experience.
Johns Hopkins SAIS Student Snapshot
GPS students look at battery storage options in Florida in a study designed to solve real-world problems
Student Profile: Read about Maria Gershuni’s experience at Johns Hopkins SAIS.
A critical half-day event hosted by USMEX offers DACA recipients a collective voice and narrative at UC San Diego
Two students working abroad pen their experience and discuss how GPS prepared them to be the next generation of global leaders
The Monday before that pivotal weekend began as most Mondays did in Phnom Penh. I had my coffee, wrote my morning article, and our weekly editorial meeting began, when reporters pitch stories.
The Rumsfeld Foundation awarded Omair Khan (MPP ’18) one of just 20 graduate fellowships this year, making Khan the first Rumsfeld Fellow from the University of Michigan.
Four students author their insights on climate change and the valuable lessons learned in environmental policy at the United Nations’ leading conference
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
Three students selected as GPS’s 2017-18 Dean’s Fellows share their experiences that qualify them for this special distinction
Incoming GPS students dive deep into the prep program, plus learn how to leverage their alumni network even before day one of the official start of the school year
Sponsored Student Spotlight: Noritoshi Kurokawa
Two Yale students, Ellen Chapin and Will Wright, are spending the summer making America safer. Both won Harold W. Rosenthal Fellowships in International Relations.
In its third year, GPS’s Science Policy Fellows program continues bridging disciplines at UC San Diego, delivers new research and even prototype tools
“Best Practices in Applying to Graduate School”
March 16, 2017