[Photo courtesy of Yiting Xu]
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Program Assistant Introduction: Adriana Popa


Today is our second installment of the new program assistant introductions. Earlier this week we welcomed Eloy, so today we’re hearing from International Security Policy-concentrator, Adriana Popa.

Program Assistant Introduction: Eloy Oliveira

[Photo courtesy of Eloy Oliveira | Eloy with his mom, enjoying a beautiful summer date at Washington Square.]

The fall semester has officially started at SIPA, which means the admissions program assistants have joined us on staff. We have an amazing group of students this term, and I’m excited to have them on staff. Over the next couple of weeks I’ll introduce you to our five program assistants for the fall semester. Following…

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New SIPA-authored books discuss natural disasters, cultural diplomacy, more


I’m always excited to share news about our Seeple. And since the academic year is already underway, I thought everyone would like to hear about the recent literary achievements of some of our SIPA faculty members. Who knows; maybe one of these titles will inspire you as you work on your admissions applications!

Applying to SIPA? Consider the 2016 PPIA Fellowship, too


About the Fellowship The PPIA program prepares undergraduates to be competitive candidates for top degree programs in the fields of public policy, public administration or international affairs through participation in a Junior Summer Institute (JSI). JSI is an intensive, 7-week, academic program during the summer at one of these host campuses: The Ford School –…

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We’re hitting the road this fall


We know you’ve thought about applying to the Columbia University School of International and Public Affairs this year. Perhaps it was a fleeting thought; a whisper of an idea while you contemplated your future career goals.