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Beyond The Classroom

Examining Sanitation Systems Up Close Ahead of World Toilet Day

As part of the fall course 'Improving Service Delivery in Developing Countries' Professor Tanvi Nagpal led her annual field trip to Washington, DC's Blue Plains Wastewater Treatment Plant, one of the world’s largest and most advanced plants of its kind.

The Johns Hopkins SAIS Strategic Studies Fall Staff Ride

During a staff ride to Antietam National Cemetery and battlefield, participants researched and portrayed real characters from this campaign of the American Civil War.

Translating Leadership Theory Into Practice

The Master of Arts in Global Policy (MAGP) hosted a three-day leadership residency in Richmond, Virginia at the end of August 2017.

Students Meet with Congressman Joaquin Castro for a Discussion on U.S.-Asia Relations

Asia Programs concentrators ended their first week of school with a tour of the US Capitol hosted by the office of Congressman Joaquin Castro (TX), followed by a roundtable discussion with Congressman Castro.

Examining Conflict in Ukraine

As students concentrating in Conflict Management, European and Eurasian Studies, and International Law, all were very excited to apply what they learned in the classroom to understand a current conflict in their region of interest.

Exploring China’s Borders in Yunnan

"Interviewing an NGO dedicated to providing health and life services to Chinese DAI and Myanmar women and children opened my eyes to different parts of Chinese society and helped put faces to societal situations that are often discussed at HNC."

Examining Islamic Finance, Its history and Current Trends in Malaysia

"I had the incredible opportunity to spend a week in a country I never thought I would visit."

Women as Agents of Change: A View from the UN

Study trip to the 61st Annual United Nations Commission on the Status of Women examines gender imbalances worldwide.