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Online graduate students from around the world gathered on campus in Washington, D.C., to interact in person with peers, faculty, and staff during the summer 2016 On-Campus Immersion.
Graduates of the School of International Service (SIS) go on to serve the world in careers and other post-graduate opportunities in government, nonprofits, and business. Learn more about what some graduates will be doing after commencement.
We asked Associate Professor Rachel Sullivan Robinson a few questions about her research with SPA Professor Jeremy Shiffman on the politics and policy surrounding sexuality education in Nigeria and Mississippi.
Two graduating seniors earn new Community-Based Research certificates.
Kelly Mitchell, SIS/MA ’15, participated in the Conflict Transformations, Peacebuilding, and Human Security practicum in Fall 2015. Mitchell told us more about her experience and how it led to a career opportunity in Guatemala after graduation.
Congratulations to our SIS faculty, alumni, staff, and student awardees of 2016!