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Mission & History

In an era fraught with economic instability, security challenges, poverty, inequity, and vulnerability, training the next generation of cross-sector leaders is more important than ever.

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School Leadership

Implementing the vision of Dean Eliot Cohen.

Johns Hopkins SAIS Board of Advisors

Board of Advisors

Enacting the school's vision, values, and plans for the future.

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Diversity and Inclusion

Celebrating and cultivating a diverse and inclusive community.

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SAIS Europe Advisory Council

Enhancing the visibility of SAIS Europe around the world.

Hopkins-Nanjing Council

The Hopkins-Nanjing Council

Advancing the mission of the Hopkins-Nanjing Center.

School Accolades

At Johns Hopkins SAIS, we are at the forefront of international relations. Take a look at the latest accomplishments of our students and faculty.

Professor Jessica Fanzo Awarded COVID-19 Launchpad Grant

Professor Jessica Fanzo was awarded a COVID-19 launchpad grant by Johns Hopkins University's Alliance for a Healthier World.

Professors Jonas Nahm and Johannes Urpelainen awarded COVID-19 Launchpad Grant

Professors Jonas Nahm and Johannes Urpelainen have been awarded a COVID-19 Launchpad Grant by Johns Hopkins University.

2020 Commencement Awards

Outstanding student and faculty award recipients were recognized during the school’s 2020 virtual commencement ceremony.

SAIS Europe Supports Stronger TOGETHER in Bologna

SAIS Europe supported the Stronger TOGETHER project by donating more than 150 nights at Aemilia Hotel in Bologna to medical workers from local hospitals who care for conoravirus patients.

Professor Ritam Chaurey awarded internal World Bank grant

Assistant Professor of International Economics Ritam Chaurey was awarded the Entrepreneurship for Development internal grant worth $450,000 funded by the infoDev, a multi-trust fund at the World Bank that supports entrepreneurs in developing economies.

Professor Daniel S. Markey’s forthcoming book “China’s Western Horizon” named a top 10 historical read by British historian

Senior Research Professor in International Relations Daniel S. Markey’s forthcoming book, “China’s Western Horizon: Beijing and the New Geopolitics of Eurasia,” has been included in British historian Peter Frankopan’s top 10 list of historical reads