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Joshua Johnson and Ambassador Susan Rice talk on a stage

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Ambassador Susan E. Rice on America's role in the world

Missed our March 8 event with Ambassador Susan E. Rice and NPR/WAMU “1A” host Joshua Johnson? Watch their discussion about American foreign policy.
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Marcelo Bohrt

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Professor Marcelo Bohrt joins SIS faculty

Professor Marcelo Bohrt joined the SIS faculty this fall. His work examines how race and racism impact the political inclusion and participation of historically excluded ethno-racial populations in Bolivia and the US.
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Collage headshots of Seema Khan, Esther Benjamin, Laura Rosenberger, Dawn Miller, Vidyamali Samarasinghe, and Nanette Levinson

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Six SIS women who paved the way for this generation

To celebrate the accomplishments and contributions of women in international affairs, we spoke with SIS faculty and alumnae who have pushed the limits of their fields and redefined what is possible for our current generation of students.
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Professor Nanette Levinson speaks at a podium.

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MA in Intercultural and International Communication celebrates 50 years

The MA in Intercultural and International Communication at the School of International Service celebrates its 50th anniversary this year.
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Kathleen Kennedy Townsend

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Kathleen Kennedy Townsend speaks to SIS Graduate Student Council

Kathleen Kennedy Townsend, Maryland's first female lieutenant governor and former US deputy assistant attorney general, spoke to SIS graduate students on February 1.
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Skyline of Seoul South Korea with skyscraper in center

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Five things to know about North and South Korea

Ahead of the upcoming Winter Olympics, Professor Ji-Young Lee discusses five facts about relations between North and South Korea and their history cooperating with the US.
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The Korean Unification Flag, depicting the Korean peninsula.

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Is a unified Korea possible?

Ahead of the 2018 Winter Olympics, Professor Ji-Young Lee explores the history of unification efforts between North and South Korea.
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Professor Stefanie Onder

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Professor Stefanie Onder joins SIS faculty

Professor Stefanie Onder, a development economist who studies the trade-offs between economic development and sustainability, joined SIS this past fall.
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Naomi Moland

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SIS welcomes Professor Naomi Moland

New SIS Professor Naomi Moland talks about her research interests and the importance of studying intercultural communication today.
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Davenport Memorial Lounge with several students and professors sitting at tables

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Davenport Coffee Lounge serves up rich aromas and a rich history

"The Dav" wasn’t always the beloved coffee purveyor we know today. Its history extends back decades to a time when SIS was only an idea.
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