SAIS has extended its degree programs with the launch of a new Master of Arts in Global Policy Program (GPP) for experienced professionals.
The US-Korea Institute at SAIS recently hosted a special program to remember the 1994 North Korean nuclear crisis.
Dr. Kent Calder, director of the Edwin O. Reischauer Center for East Asian Studies at SAIS was presented with the Order of the Rising Sun on behalf of the emperor and prime minister of Japan during a ceremony at the Japanese Embassy.
Pakistan's Federal Finance Minister, Ishaq Dar, offered insight on Pakistan’s economic recovery and emerging role in the region.
In a unique partnership, SAIS and SIPA brought together leading economists for a four-day exploration of the global trade architecture. SAIS’s Anne Krueger and Pravin Krishna offered insight with keynote speaker, Sweden’s trade minister Ewa Bjorling, and SIPA professor Jagdish Bhagwati.
About half of our students spend their first year at SAIS Europe in Bologna, Italy, getting exposed to contrasting European and U.S. perspectives on global issues.
The Hopkins-Nanjing Center for Chinese and American Studies (HNC) opened in 1986 as a one-of-a-kind educational collaboration.
In his latest column for The New York Times, Dean Vali Nasr writes about how voting cycles in the United States and Iran are shaping negotiations over Iran’s nuclear program. Read More »
Azar Nafisi, executive director of SAIS Cultural Conversations and author of the 2003 bestseller, "Reading Lolita in Tehran," has written a new book, "The Republic of Imagination." Read the Review »
Piero Gleijeses, professor of American foreign policy at SAIS has been selected as the winner of the 2014 Friedrich Katz Prize for his book "Visions of Freedom: Havana, Washington, Pretoria, and the Struggle for Southern Africa, 1976-1991." Read More »
Learn more about the flexible Master of International Public Policy and Master of Arts in Global Policy Program designed for experienced professionals. Click Here »
SAIS hosted its annual Fall Career Fair on October 17 with recruiters and alumni representing 25 different organizations. View the Album »
SAIS alumna, Melissa Carlson, spoke with Vice News about her current exhibit, "Banned in Burma: Painting Under Censorship." Read More »
A new dataset tracking social conflict in Nigeria by the SAIS African Studies program indicates that violence committed by Boko Haram is the most lethal in decades. Read More »
SAIS Southeast Asia Studies and the US-Korea Institute have published a new book on the state of democracy in Indonesia, Korea, the Philippines and Thailand Read More »
Charles Ries spoke about TTIP: Opportunities and Challenges for the USA and Italy Learn More »
The U.S.-Korea Institute at SAIS names five reasons a quiet North Korea is still a deadly North Korea. Read More »
HNC alumnus and NPR International Correspondent, Anthony Kuhn, presented a lecture on a radio journalist's journey through Asia and beyond at the Hopkins-Nanjing Center. Learn More »
MIEF candidates learned about the challenges facing the global economy while attending the WBG/IMF Annual Meetings between classes. Learn More About MIEF »
SAIS relationships extend beyond the classroom! The SAIS Outdoors Collective held an overnight camping trip at the Elizabeth Furnace Recreational Area in Fort Valley, VA.
Meet Alexandra and George. Hailing from Greece they’re Fulbright Scholars at the second year of their M.A., concentrating in Conflict Management. Read More »
The Hopkins-Nanjing Center is excited to announce several new fellowship opportunities for students applying to attend the HNC in fall 2015. Read More »
The SAIS Taipei Club, led by Su Chi, has welcomed three new SAISers, Tom Henderschedt ’13 of AIT, Hyunju Yang ’98 of WTT Investment Ltd., and Ph.D. student Xiong Xing N’14 of Chi-Nan University, into their alumni community. Connect with Alumni »