Nadia Murad, 2018 Nobel Peace Prize laureate

International ·

SIS Welcomes Nobel Peace Prize Laureate Nadia Murad for Virtual Event October 19

Nobel Peace Prize laureate Nadia Murad answers questions about her organization, Nadia’s Initiative, ahead of an October 19 event at the School of International Service.
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Elena Hoffman and Ashley Law

Internships ·

SIS Alumna Mentors MA Student during Inclusion-Focused Internship

SIS alumna Ashley Law and SIS student Elena Hoffman work together at the International Foundation for Electoral Systems.
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Forest restoration is one of many approaches to carbon removal.

Environment ·

6 Things to Know about Carbon Removal and Climate Change

We asked David Morrow, director of research at SIS’s Institute for Carbon Removal Law and Policy, to share with us six things to know about carbon removal and climate change.
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Susan Shepler and Aisha Ibrahim stand smiling in front of the SIS building.

International ·

A Visiting Scholar from Sierra Leone Furthers Feminist Research at SIS

During her time at SIS, Aisha Ibrahim not only collaborated with Professor Susan Shepler—she also increased her network of fellow scholars.
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Big World podcast

International ·

5 Reasons to Listen to Big World

SIS’s podcast is entering its fourth season. Here’s our own “Take Five” list of why you should listen.
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Doreen Bogdan-Martin: BDT Director at Futurecasters: Young Global Visionaries Summit 8-10 Jan 2020; Geneva, Switzerland; ©ITU/D.Woldu; (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-sa/2.0/)

Alumni ·

SIS Alumna Doreen Bogdan-Martin Leads in Inclusive Technology Policy

We spoke with Intercultural and International Communication alumna Doreen Bogdan-Martin to learn more about her time at SIS, career, and accomplishments.
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SPA Student Ellis Scherer

On Campus ·

Top Cyber Officials Kick Off Inaugural AU Changemaker Award Event

SPA Student Ellis Scherer Offers Reflections on Inaugural Event
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Twilight view of China's Biggest coal-fired power plant in Shanghai, China.

Environment ·

5 Things to Know about China and Climate Change

SIS professor Judith Shapiro breaks down China's current environmental policies.
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A sign is held up, which says

International ·

AU Community Conducted Critical Research during Afghanistan Evacuation

SIS professor Tazreena Sajjad and Stephen Angelsmith of AU CCES mobilized the AU community to conduct research to assist the Afghanistan evacuation effort.
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Vector illustration of workers collaborating at a table

Announcement ·

SIS Launches New Graduate Certificate in Social Innovation for Global Impact

We recently spoke with Professor Robert Tomasko to learn more about SIS's new graduate certificate in Social Innovation for Global Impact.
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