School of International Service

School of International Service

Studying the ethics of emerging technologies

I'm grateful to my SIS professors who were very supportive of my ideas.

My focus while at SIS was on how cyber, artificial intelligence, and geo-engineering will impact current and future conceptions of human rights. I wanted to study something innovative, relevant, and helpful to marginalized communities navigate an increasingly digital world. The program provided me the skillset for my current position where I conduct research on US-Asia relations and implement technology-based solutions to support the Center's mission in promoting better relations and understanding among the US, Asia, and Pacific.

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SIS Awards 2019

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Molly McSweyn, Kaitlin Caffrey, and Kristian Gore

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Summer Plans

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Appetite for Knowledge: Annelise Straw is the 2019 President’s Award Winner

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Rachel Kronk

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SIS Student Presents Her Findings on French Identity Politics at NCUR

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SIS IN THE NEWS

  • In Professor Guy Ziv's Jerusalem Post piece, he argues that Israel's Blue and White party has an opportunity to give its voters a real opposition.

  • Professor Jordan Tama tells The Christian Science Monitor why the optics of Trump being tough on China could work for the president politically.

  • On Lobe Log, Professor Emeritus Gordon Adams remarks on how the Pentagon discovered $6 billion for the border wall.

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