SIS Graduate Advising
Located in SIS 250, SIS Graduate Academic Advising is here to help you make the most of your SIS experience by providing information, answering questions, and making referrals to School and University partners dedicated to your academic and professional success.
Students are assigned to advisors by academic program as outlined below. Students can meet with their advisors in two different ways – during Express Advising or via Appointment.
The SIS Graduate Advising office is currently scheduling Appointments through Fri, Oct 16. Appointments are 30 minutes in length to allow for in-depth advising conversations, including long-term course/degree planning. Appointments can take place in-person or via phone or Skype. We particularly encourage first semester students who have not yet met with an advisor to schedule an Appointment. Express Advising for Spring 2016 Registration will begin on Mon, Oct 19.
NOTE: Mike Rosenberger is on paternity leave as of Friday, October 2. Students in the GGPS/IP, EPGA and PhD programs will have temporary academic advisor assignments. For more info, click here.
Natural Resources & Sustainable Development
Assistant Director of Graduate Advising
PhD, International Politics/Global Governance, Politics and Security, Ethics, Peace and Global Affairs
International Development, Development Management, Social Enterprise, Master of International Service (MIS)
Comparative and Regional Studies, International Economic Relations, International Economics, Global Environmental Politics
MAIR Online (International Relations Online), Master of International Service Online (MIS Online)
Navigating Your Graduate School Experience
For general graduate advising information: