School of International Service

School of International Service

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Six months after graduation,

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

Meet SIS’s new Dean

It is an immense privilege, as an alumna & faculty, to serve as Dean of SIS.

My job is to remind people of our foundation and how far we've come. Our school is rooted in a multidisciplinary community engaged in the major issues of the day. We are about research, teaching, policy, and practice in the service of improving the human condition at intersecting local, national, and global levels. Thus our name: the School of International Service.
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SIS@60: Alumni Reflections


Alumni Sherry Mueller, SIS/BA '65, and Mark Overmann, SIS/MA '05, welcome the Class of 2018 to the SIS alumni community, reflect on their experiences at SIS—including Sherry's attending JFK's 1963 commencement address—and reflect on their experiences as co-authors of the book Working World.

Learn about SIS's 60th

Sharon Weiner

International ·

SIS’s PhD program: rising in stature and prominence

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The world matters. So will your degree.
The School of International Service ranked a top 10 school for international relations

Announcement ·

SIS ranked a top school in the world for international relations

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School of International Service seal

Achievements ·

SIS Awards 2018

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