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SIS Breaks it Down: Midterm Elections 2018

6 mins.

SIS Professor Jordan Tama breaks down the key takeaways of the 2018 midterm elections, including the near term implications for tariffs, trade, and immigration.

PEKKA Association in Brebes, Central Java, Indonesia, stages a parade announcing the PEKKA program and activities throughout their village.

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Empowering Women in Indonesia

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Episode 4 of Big World podcast called The Soft Power of Muppets
Photo of Mya Zemlock and Mitchell Lenneville standing beside each other, outside.

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Students Simulate the G20 Leaders’ Summit

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Shadowy figures outlined, with large

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Republican ads feature MS-13, hoping fear will motivate voters

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Julie Walton, SIS/MA '19 embraces children's home workers in Sri Lanka.

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How We Spent the Summer

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Results of Graduation Census as of six months after graduation for May graduates from 2015—2017.

Growing income and opportunity

The seeds of landing my dream job were planted at SIS.

I want rural, low-income farmers to have more opportunities: access to health care; education; better technology; the chance to simply take a vacation. As part of the field operations team at One Acre Fund, I help remove the income barriers standing in their way by increasing their harvest and household profits. This is my dream job, and the seeds of that dream were planted at SIS.