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Bernard L. Schwartz Globalization Initiative serves as a platform for high-level academic research and policy discussion that will engage the major issues of the day. Through its academic activities, the Initiative aims to contribute to the debates on international political economy and improve on our understanding of the critical challenges policymakers face in today’s interdependent environment.

The Johns Hopkins SAIS 2018 Commencement Ceremony will take place at DAR Constitution Hall on May 23, 2018 at 11 a.m.

Established in 2007, and housed at the China Studies Program, the Grassroots China Initiative has a threefold mission: providing teaching and internships about contemporary realities of life in grassroots China, working cooperatively on the ground with grassroots organizations and local officials in China, and educating the American public and policy-makers about developments in China's grassroots. The Grassroots China Initiative uses innovative, participatory techniques to work with grassroots non-governmental organizations in China, helping them to identify and realize their missions and providing training in management and financial skills.
 

The Henry A. Kissinger Center for Global Affairs serves as convening forum for resident, visiting, and affiliated scholars. To research and debate contemporary international policy issues.

In support of workforce development, education and training initiatives within HHS and all of its subordinate organizations, HHS has partnered with Johns Hopkins University to offer programs for part-time graduate students.

The Hindi-Urdu program offers a sequence of four Hindi-Urdu courses at the Novice and Intermediate levels. Each level is covered in two semesters.

The Hopkins-Nanjing Center (HNC) awards a graduate certificate in Chinese and American Studies to international students who attend the HNC for one academic year and take a minimum of six academic courses in Chinese. Many choose to take additional classes each semester in English, resulting in a mix of international and Chinese students in a given class.

Students who meet admissions requirements for both the HNC and SAIS complete two semesters in Nanjing and receive a Certificate in Chinese and American Studies, followed by two to three semesters at SAIS's Washington M.A. program. Through these joint programs, students can apply their regional and linguistic skills to the broader study of international relations or business. 

Hopkins-Nanjing Center for Chinese and American Studies (HNC) opened in 1986 as a one-of-a-kind center for international studies in China. An educational collaboration between Johns Hopkins University and Nanjing University, it is located on the downtown campus of Nanjing University. Chinese and international students live and learn international relations together in a state-of-the-art facility dedicated to free and open academic exploration and intellectual dialogue. 

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