The School of International Service produces cutting-edge research and prepares the next generation of leaders to address global challenges.
The International Affairs Research Institute (IARI) works to support faculty, staff, and doctoral students as they seek to operationalize their research and acquire external funding.
Professor Michelle Egan’s new book -- Single Markets: Economic Integration in Europe and the United States -- analyzes the challenges in constructing an internal market from constituent nation states on both sides of the Atlantic.
Located in Washington, DC, and housed in a new Gold LEED-gold certified building, SIS prepares graduates for future studies and for successful global careers.
Led by Dean James Goldgeier, SIS features a comprehensive liberal arts program for undergraduate students, professional training in international affairs for master’s students, innovative online degree programs, a doctoral program, and more.