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2018 International Criminal Court Moot Team Wins First Place in Regional Round

The school's International Criminal Court Moot team won first place in the Regional Round for the Americas and Caribbean of the International Criminal Court Moot Competition.

Exemplary Leadership at Johns Hopkins SAIS

"Johns Hopkins SAIS gave me more than just learning opportunities, but also a true sense of community and the chance to build leadership skills."

Professor Awarded Grant to Research Global Water Challenge

Tanvi Nagpal, Practitioner in Residence and Acting Director of the International Development Program (IDEV) received a grant from Die Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) to lead a study with the Urban Institute’s Center on International Development.

Tackling Energy Challenges in the Developing World

A team of students from Johns Hopkins SAIS take first place in the 2016 Energy in Emerging Markets Case Competition at Duke University.

Improving Safety in Trinidad and Tobago Through Johns Hopkins Social Innovation Lab

"Equipped with the conflict management knowledge I have gained so far, I came up with an idea to put into reality."

Johns Hopkins SAIS’ Alice Pannier awarded the 2017 Global Strategy PhD Prize

Assistant Professor of International Relations and European Studies Alice Pannier was awarded the 2017 Global Strategy PhD Prize by The Royal Institute for International Relations (Egmont Institute) for her dissertation on Franco-British Cooperation under the Lancaster House Treaties.

Kissinger Center Distinguished Scholar John Lipsky Elected Board Vice-Chair of the National Bureau of Economic Research

John Lipsky, the Peter G. Peterson Distinguished Scholar at the Henry A. Kissinger Center for Global Affairs and a Senior Fellow at the Foreign Policy Institute, has been elected Vice-Chair of the Board of Directors for NBER.


JHU Awards for Exploration of Practical Ethics Go to Professor Fanzo for her work on unintended consequences on animal health and well-being; and to Professor Parkinson for her focus on the communities of ethical practice in humanitarian disasters, particularly analyzing the Syrian refugee crisis.

Johns Hopkins SAIS’ Matthew Kocher Awarded Heinz Eulau Prize

The American Political Science Association has awarded Senior Lecturer of International Studies and Political Science Matthew Kocher the Heinz Eulau prize.

Johns Hopkins SAIS Professor Awarded 2017 Max M. Fisher Prize for Excellence in Teaching

"The students at Johns Hopkins SAIS bring a unique perspective. They combine intellectual interests and abilities with very impressive, practical knowledge and experience."