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Beyond The Classroom

Mapping Community Approaches to Gender Based Violence Prevention

Johns Hopkins SAIS students expand their education outside the classroom through a research trip to Nepal to examine gender-based violence (GBV).

Examining Ethiopia's Political Transition

Students studying conflict management traveled to Ethiopia over the winter break to examine the country's political transition.

Examining the Current State of the Refugee Crisis in Jordan

SAIS Europe students participated in a study trek to Amman, Jordan to gain insights into the regional refugee crisis from international and local organizations involved in working directly with refugees.

Tackling Climate Change Through a Hands-On Simulation

Students honed their policy analysis, critical thinking, and decision-making skills through a simulation focused on the UN climate change negotiations.

A Discussion with the Greek Ambassador to the US

Greek Ambassador to the United States and Johns Hopkins SAIS alumnus Haris Lalacos was invited by the Careers in Diplomacy (CID) club for a discussion on Balkan stability and the role of Greece in Europe’s southern eastern neighborhood.

Presenting on US-Mexico-Canada Relations

A group of students in the Canadian Studies and Energy, Resources and Environment programs attended the 2019 Association for Canadian Studies in the United States (ACSUS) 25th biennial conference in Montreal, Canada, where each presented a paper relevant to various issues in the new United States – Mexico – Canada Agreement.

Examining Food Systems Up Close

Students enrolled in the school's “Food Policy, Systems, and Security” course ventured outside the classroom to examine sustainable food systems in action.

Science, Technology and International Affairs

Students participated in a simulation where they honed their analytical and negotiating skills while addressing international security and nuclear stability challenges.

International Networking

On April 4, the school’s Office of Global Careers hosted its inaugural international student networking event that brought together approximately 60 students and 20 alumni for a panel session and small group discussions.