School of International Service

School of International Service

SIS Breaks It Down: Agrobiodiversity


We spoke with Professor Garrett Graddy-Lovelace as well as farmers and activists to learn more about agrobiodiversity, why it's important, and its role in food security and nutrition.

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Ambassador Susan E. Rice

Government & Politics ·

Susan Rice on the Value of Tough Love

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SIS student Kevin Norton.

Student Life ·

SIS Student Leads Kennedy Political Union

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A black flag with a skull and crossbones.

On Campus ·

Pirates Invade the Classroom

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The Berlaymont building, which houses the headquarters of the European Commission.

International ·

How Does the European Union Really Work?

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Iranian students climb up the gate at the US embassy in Tehran.

International ·

Diplomatic Collaboration during the US-Iran Hostage Crisis

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Global storytelling aboard a sailing ship

I travel the world reporting on innovations in renewable energy.

Traveling aboard the Vittoria—a solar-powered sailing ship—I see, first-hand, how countries’ renewable energy policies affect the everyday lives of their citizens. My SIS education gave me a solid understanding of world politics and history, providing context that has helped me produce compelling stories about renewable energy efforts in Cuba and Puerto Rico.

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Results of Graduation Census as of six months after graduation for May graduates from 2016—2018.