David Miliband, president and CEO of the International Rescue Committee, delivered the commencement address to the graduating Class of 2014 on May 22 in Washington, D.C.
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.
Explore the world of international relations at SAIS Summer Programs in Washington, D.C.
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, Vali Nasr writes that Iraq can be pulled back from the brink only if the U.S. can mediate a bargain among the warring sects. Read More »
Students visit Larsen and Toubro, a firm working on constructing the New Delhi Metro, during a January 2014 field trip to study India’s infrastructure. Learn More »
SAIS Associate Director of Career Services Martina Leinz introduced Robin Roberts of Good Morning America and First Lady of the United States Michelle Obama at the White House's Summit on Working Families. Watch Here »
The city of Nanjing is home to many historic and unique sites. HNC admissions coordinator and 2012 Certificate alumna Lauren Szymanski reflects on one of her favorite places to visit during her year in Nanjing, Librairie Avant-Garde. Read More »
SAIS remembers Fouad Ajami, former director of the Middle East Studies program. Michael Mandelbaum calls him an "important, influential, and respected public figure‹in the time-honored American way: through intelligence, enterprise, hard work, and pluck." Read More »
SAIS 2014 Graduate Taylor Washburn and USKI Fellow visiting scholar Yongin Yi have published a new book in Korean about the future of the U.S. and the pivot to Asia.
Director of the Strategic Studies program Dr. Eliot Cohen penned a critique of the Obama administration’s embrace of social media. Read More »
The 2013-2014 SGA had their last meeting this week ending a fantastic year of providing programming and service to the SAIS student community.
Professor John Davis explained why Italy's southern problem won’t go away. See the Seminar Report »
SAIS welcomed back alumni, along with students, faculty and staff to watch the World Cup soccer match between the U.S. and Belgium.
SAIS Europe students discuss their plans for the upcoming summer break.
Congratulations to SAIS alumna Lisa Mensah on being nominated Undersecretary of Agriculture and Rural Development by President Barack Obama. Learn More »
At the 2014 commencement ceremony, HNC's very first second-generation student, Laurel Mills, reflected on her father's experiences in Nanjing and her own time as a certificate student at the Center. Read her original speech in 中文 on the blog. Read More »
Alumni in NY gathered with a distinguished panel of fellow SAISers with a proven track record of entrepreneurial achievements, who shared their stories and strategies on the peaks and pitfalls of innovative career pursuits at KPMG on Park Ave.