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Six months after graduation,

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Results of Graduation Census as of six months after graduation for May graduates from 2014—2016.

What did the SIS community do this summer?

I worked on human rights issues in Dominica.

As a Charles B. Rangel Fellow, I spent the summer at the US Embassy in Bridgetown, Barbados, where youth crime is a big issue on the island. I was primarily working on the human rights report for Dominica and focusing on issues of press freedom, the rights of people with disabilities, and prison conditions. Learn more about how I spent my summer.

Graduate Open House lets you see yourself here, as a student, sitting on the patio at the School of International Service. Register for Open House.
Graffiti of the Catalan flag that reads:

International ·

Why the European Union’s hands are tied over Catalonia

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SIS in the News

  • Ahead of China's Communist Party Congress meeting, which happens once every five years and implements new leadership, Professor Ji-Young Lee discusses its implications on NPR's 1A.

  • Professor Garret Martin explains how and why Catalonia came to hold its recent independence referendum in an interview with Voice of America.

  • That's not all. See where else the SIS community has been mentioned, quoted, interviewed, and more in the media.

Professor Ibram Kendi stands at podium, announcing his vision for AU's Antiracism Research and Policy Center.

Announcement ·

A Vision for AU’s New Antiracist Research and Policy Center

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Polaroid-style photograph of President Eisenhower with a shovel and caption that reads "Eisenhower breaks ground '57." 60 Years of SIS History.
Joshua Rovner speaks into a microphone.

International ·

SIS welcomes Joshua Rovner to faculty

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