Skip navigation

Beyond The Classroom

Tackling a Policy Challenge in the Republic of Georgia

Master of Arts in Global Policy (MAGP) Alumnus, Jesse Young '19, reflects on his MAGP capstone project.

U.S.-Japan Yearbook Research Conference

Johns Hopkins SAIS’ Edwin O. Reischauer Center for East Asian Studies hosted a conference to highlight the research of six student researchers from the spring 2020 U.S.-Japan in Global Context research course.

Diversity Week 2020

The school celebrated its third annual Diversity Week with a series of events focused on fostering an inclusive and supportive learning environment.

Virtual Staff Ride: The Iranian Revolution and Hostage Crisis

The school hosted a virtual staff ride with students and faculty exploring the Iranian Revolution and Hostage Crisis.

Faculty Ink

Read the publications of our world-class experts who are renowned for their scholarship, influence, and networks.

Researching Gender Roles in Ethiopia

A SAIS Women Lead student practicum team examined how women are operating in civil society efforts in Ethiopia.

Examining the Role of Special Operations Through a Study Trip to Fort Bragg

Students studying Strategic Studies at Johns Hopkins SAIS gained first-hand insights on the critical role of special operations across the globe through a study trip to United States Army Special Operations Command (USASOC) at Fort Bragg, North Carolina.

The Effects of Disaster on Filipina Women

SAIS Women Lead students traveled to the Philippines to examine the effects of disaster on Filipina women.

Human Rights in the Republic of Georgia

Over the 2020 winter break, students enrolled in the school’s International Human Rights Law Clinic traveled to the Republic of Georgia to examine the implementation of human rights within the country.

International Law Moot Court Competition

A team of students studying International Law at Johns Hopkins SAIS advanced to the international rounds of the 2020 Philip C. Jessup International Law Moot Court Competition.

Pages