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Beyond The Classroom

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.

2019 International Staff Ride: The French Resistance

Over spring break more than 50 students, faculty members, and distinguished visitors traveled to France on the international staff ride to study the origin, conduct, and legacy of the French Resistance during the Second World War.

Stepping into the Shoes of a Diplomat

On March 13, students in the Energy, Resources and Environment program, as well as other concentrations, visited the US Department of State's Diplomacy Center for a simulation about the Treaty on the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons.

The Master of Arts in Global Policy’s International Negotiation Simulation

The mastery of negotiation is essential for any global leader. Over the course of a three-day residency in Baltimore, the Master of Arts in Global Policy (MAGP) provided its students an opportunity to hone their skills.

A Night of Oscar-Worthy Performances

On February 22, the student Thespians troupe hosted its second annual production for the school's community, featuring performances by 21 talented students.

Developing Expertise on U.S.-Japan Relations

Over the winter break, Johns Hopkins SAIS students from various concentrations embarked on a week-long trip to Japan to learn about the role public diplomacy plays in the US-Japan relationship.