Virtual APSIA Graduate School Fair

Each year, APSIA sponsors forums where potential and prospective graduate students can learn about programs from officers of APSIA member schools. In addition:

  • Meet admissions officers from the professional schools of international affairs at leading universities.
  • Discuss admissions requirements, common curricula, financial aid packages, joint degree programs, and career opportunities.
  • Collect application information on programs of interest.

Representatives from SAIS will be available to speak with prospective students and answer questions about SAIS and the application process.





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Date and Time
July 21, 2016
10:00am - 12:00pm Local Time

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PPIA Public Service Expo

In its 14th year, the PPIA Public Service EXPO serves as a creative commons for prospective applicants to public policy and international affairs schools, for individuals seeking public service careers and internships, and for strengthening a community of high-impact individuals.
 


The EXPO brings together representatives of some of the nation’s top graduate programs in public policy and international affairs and employers seeking highly qualified individuals who are committed to public service under one roof. Undergraduates and graduate students alike can benefit from the expertise and guidance they can access through this event.

SAIS admissions representatives will be available at the PPIA EXPO to discuss the SAIS program and application process.

The PPIA Public Service Expo will be held at the George Washington University Marvin Center, 800 21st St NW, Washington, DC.  For additional information, click here.





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Date and Time
July 15, 2016
3:00pm - 5:30pm Local Time

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Learning to Live With Cheaper Oil: Policy Adjustment in Middle Eastern and Central Asian Oil Exporting Countries

Johns Hopkins SAIS, the International Monetary Fund, and the Middle East Institute invite you to a high level discussion on "Learning to Live With Cheaper Oil: Policy Adjustment in Middle Eastern and Central Asian Oil Exporting Countries." Presentation by Min Zhu, Deputy Managing Director International Monetary Fund; and Martin Sommer, Deputy Chief, Middle East and Central Asia Regional Studies Division International Monetary Fund. Panel Discussion with: Roger Diwan, Vice President, IHS Financial Services; Aasim M. Husain, Deputy Director, Middle East and Central Asia Department International Monetary Fund; Vali Nasr, Dean, Johns Hopkins SAIS; and Jean-François Seznec, Scholar, Middle East Institute and Adjunct Professor, Johns Hopkins SAIS. Moderated by Dr. John Lipsky, Senior Fellow, Foreign Policy Institute, Johns Hopkins SAIS.







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Date and Time
June 8, 2016
12:30pm - 2:00pm Local Time

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MIPP Orientation

Orientation for MIPP candidates. 





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Date and Time
September 1, 2016
11:00am - 6:00pm Local Time

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Iraq's Economy: Challenges and Opportunities

Panels and presentations about:

- Economic Mosaic of Iraq

- Centralization or Decentralization of Iraq's Economic and Commercial Policy

- Doing Business in Iraq

- Business Challenges and Opportunities

- Economic Growth and Trade Competitiveness  Through Job Creation and SME's

- Private Sector Growth - Strengthening Transatlantic Partnership







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Date and Time
June 2, 2016
8:30am - 6:30pm Local Time

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Jennifer Atala ’07 on “Entrepreneurship & Private Sector Development with the Palestinian Community Across Israel, the West Bank, and Gaza”

The SAIS Israel Club cordially invites alumni and students to join Jennifer Atala ’07 for a discussion on her work related to “Entrepreneurs and the Private Sector in the Palestinian Community, Across Israel, the West Bank, and Gaza.” A Palestinian-American dual Israeli citizen, Ms. Atala regularly traverses narratives and boundaries both personally and professionally, based between Ramallah and Tel Aviv, leading initiatives across six industries with startups to established firms. The discussion will take place in the SAIS Rome Building, 1640 Massachusetts Avenue, NW, Room 806, Washington, DC, 20036. R.S.V.P. to Jeff Stein at jstein41@jhu.edu. Off-the-Record





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Date and Time
June 2, 2016
12:00pm - 1:00pm Local Time

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Building Your China Career: Opportunities in the U.S.-China Space

Following the seventh annual U.S. China Strategic and Economic Dialogues (S&ED) and High Level Consultation on People to People Exchanges (CPE) in Beijing, Project Pengyou and JHU SAIS China are cohosting a speakers forum exploring the future of the U.S. China job market for young professionals. The panel discussion will explore some of the exciting and challenging aspects of working in the U.S. China space across sectors, as well as the growing opportunities that China is creating in the U.S. job market.





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Date and Time
June 13, 2016
1:30pm - 4:30pm Local Time

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New York: SAIS NY Alumni Club and Summer Intern Happy Hour at Hurley’s

Current SAIS student interns and alumni will gather at Hurley’s Saloon, third-floor terrace, located at 232 West 48th Street (at Broadway). Bring your business cards to exchange with alumni. Enjoy complimentary appetizers. R.S.V.P. to saisalumnievents@jhu.edu.





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Date and Time
July 28, 2016
6:30pm - 8:30pm Local Time

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New York: “SAISers in Transition: How to Navigate Career Change”

Gather with a distinguished panel of SAIS alumni with a proven track record of navigating career change who will share their stories and strategies on “SAISers in Transition: How to Navigate Career Change” at PricewaterhouseCoopers, 300 Madison Avenue. R.S.V.P. to saisalumnievents@jhu.edu. Join the SAIS New York Alumni Club on Facebook.





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Date and Time
June 21, 2016
6:00pm - 8:00pm Local Time

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New York: SWAN Skills Session on “Developing a Voice”

The SAIS Women’s Alumni Network is delighted to host “Developing a Voice,” the second skills workshop this year, which explores how communication style can be used as a tool to becoming an effective leader. Whether in a formal context such as a corporate meeting, business pitch or job interview setting, or in informal situations, speaking clearly and mindfully help build one's professional presence. 

The event will open with a practicum and one-on-one coaching sessions facilitated by Carmen Suro-Bredie B'72, '72, a former US Trade Representative negotiator and Marshall Millsap, a three-decade veteren from JP Morgan. Special guest, Blanche Baker from the NY Film Academy, will lead a session on recognizing the distracting habits we unconsciously exhibit in speech, and Jim Miller will discuss how Saudi women found their voice through film. A dynamic panel discussion will then draw on the experiences of SAIS alumnae, including Daniela Kaisth B'89, JHU '90, Gratias Partners, Elizabeth Madigan Jost B'97, '98, Morgan Stanley and Louise Schneider-Moretto '98, seasoned consultant for Impact Investing and Community Develolment. $17/per person, wine and cheese will be served. Don't miss this special evening! R.S.V.P. to https://swanskillssessionvoice.eventbrite.com.





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Date and Time
June 13, 2016
6:15pm - 8:15pm Local Time

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