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Two graduating seniors earn new Community-Based Research certificates.
Kelly Mitchell, SIS/MA ’15, participated in the Conflict Transformations, Peacebuilding, and Human Security practicum in Fall 2015. Mitchell told us more about her experience and how it led to a career opportunity in Guatemala after graduation.
Congratulations to our SIS faculty, alumni, staff, and student awardees of 2016!
Ambassador Thomas Pickering returned to the School of International Service (SIS) on Wednesday, April 13, to discuss “Envisioning the Future of the United Nations.”
Lineup includes well-known experts in journalism, entrepreneurship, government, international affairs, and the arts.
SOC and SIS are teaming up to celebrate the launch of “The Turn to Infrastructure in Internet Governance.”