Eastern Red Cedar

Research ·

Where the Red Cedar Grows

A 2017 SIS practicum team corroborated USDA Discrimination through their published research.
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Anthony Cino

Alumni ·

SIS Alum Uses Business Strategies to Improve Healthcare

Alumnus Anthony Cino is a senior vice president at Albright Stonebridge Group, and through his role, he aims to serve the global community.
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European Union flag and US flag merged together.

On Campus ·

New Transatlantic Policy Center Evaluates Europe’s Key Challenges

We spoke with the Transatlantic Policy Center's co-directors, Professors Michelle Egan and Garret Martin, about the new EU Jean Monnet Centre of Excellence housed at SIS.
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Marines with 2nd Combat Engineer Battalion carry combat boots, a rifle, and Kevlar helmet to build the battlefield cross in honor of three fallen Marines during a memorial ceremony aboard Camp Leatherneck, Afghanistan, July 8, 2014.

International ·

From Vietnam to Afghanistan, All US Governments Lie

US officials have consistently lied over decades about progress in the Afghanistan war. The lies are no surprise, writes Professor Emeritus Gordon Adams–but they have profound consequences.
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Woman standing in front of trees and walkway.

International ·

For Boren Fellow, Language Is a Labor of Love

Kayla Tolbert has worked full-time through grad school and she’s now studying immersive Arabic in Jordan.
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Abid Shamdeen

Alumni ·

ISIS Destroyed His Community—Now He Advocates for Survivors

Abid Shamdeen (SIS/MIS ’19) advocates for Yazidis, a marginalized religious group that has been discriminated against throughout history.
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Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (FARC) insurgents.

International ·

Why Do Rebel Groups Govern?

SIS professor Megan Stewart's recent research explores the relationship between rebel governance and rebel military strength.
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Achievements ·

Inspiring Grad Stories: Diana Knott

The Boren Scholar faced challenges, studied abroad, and succeeded.
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Alumni ·

Leading KIND: Alumna Wendy Young advocates for unaccompanied minors

KIND – or Kids in Need of Defense – an organization co-founded by actor and activist Angelina Jolie and Brad Smith of Microsoft.
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SIS professor David Simpson.

On Campus ·

Five Questions for David Simpson

We spoke with David Simpson for our getting-to-know-you series with new SIS faculty.
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