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SIS grad Andy Hatcher in China.

May 4

Inspiring Graduate Stories: William “Andy” Hatcher

Iraq War vet says that AU and SIS revived his belief in public service.

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  • Johnanna Mendelson Forman pictured with Nikki Silva of NPR's Hidden Kitchens at the Conflict Cuisine Conference.

    From Conflict to Table: Conference Explores Food as Diplomacy

    When it comes to diplomacy, can food help to foster peace? This question was explored during a conference convened by Scholar in Residence Johanna Mendelson Forman on April 21 at SIS.
    May 1, 2015

  • Student award winners gather in the amphitheater grass and shade.

    Well Awarded Wonks

    Meet this year’s University Student Award recipients!
    May 1, 2015

  • Professor Philip Brenner (300x200)

    Cuba Thaw -- Three Questions for Philip Brenner

    President Barack Obama met alone with President Raúl Castro during the recent Summit of the Americas in Panama -- the latest sign of a thaw between the United States and Cuba. We asked Professor Philip Brenner, an expert on Cuba, for some insights:
    April 29, 2015

  • AU President Neil Kerwin and President's Award winner Candace Evilsizor.

    No Borders to Human Compassion

    Candace Evilsizor wins the 2015 President’s Award.
    April 28, 2015

  • Professor Betsy Cohn and students

    Faculty Share Best Practices in SIS Teaching Series

    The School of International Service (SIS) is committed to nurturing teaching as one of its academic priorities. To uphold this commitment, SIS offers a unique teaching series that is both facilitated by and designed for its faculty.
    April 28, 2015

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