The School of International Service produces cutting-edge research and prepares the next generation of leaders to address global challenges.
A practicum team from the School of International Service traveled to Israel and the Palestinian West Bank for two weeks this summer to assess the peacebuilding significance of household-level wastewater treatment systems.
Didace Kamana hopes to build peace through his studies and theology.
Located in Washington, DC, and housed in a new 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.
according to Foreign Policy