School of International Service

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    Results of Graduation Census as of six months after graduation for May graduates from 2013—2015.

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    SIS breaks it down: Culinary diplomacy

    Former White House pastry chef and current PhD student Sam Chapple-Sokol is spreading diplomacy and world peace one cookie at a time. We talked with Chapple-Sokol about the three branches of culinary diplomacy and how we can become our own culinary diplomats around the dinner table this holiday season before baking up some World Peace Cookies.

    After the election, what issues matter most to SIS?

    Both candidates had dangerous rhetoric towards the Middle East.

    What matters to me is foreign policy in regard to the Middle East. My dad was born in Tehran and left there just before the revolution; which is an example of a US-Western intervention in the Middle East that went disastrously wrong. I think it’s something that more people should take into account, because what happens in the Middle East directly affects each and every one of us.” Read the complete #SISVotes series.

    We need to strengthen our nation’s K–12 education for all students.

    We need to address our highly inequitable school funding levels, school re-segregation, and the opportunity gaps by race, class, sexual orientation, and citizenship status that continue to plague our nation's schools. Voters should continue to press for transformational educational change well beyond November 8.” Read the complete #SISVotes series.

    Small town storefronts, Deshort

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    SIS professor provides small businesses big opportunity

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    Students in Atrium at Election Night Party International November 11 SIS votes 2016 Read more
    Veterans Day 2016

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    Veterans share mindset for service

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    Check us out in the latest issue of American Magazine, Waging Peace
    SIS Professor Maria De Jesus in the School of International Service.

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    Combating global HIV/AIDS epidemic starts in DC

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