Alice Bosley (left) and Patricia Letayf in Kurdistan.
Kier Joy
Seeples win 2017 Solvathon!
Nick Calbos
Erin Lue-Hing
Mark Jamias

Our top ten posts of 2017

Happy New Year everyone! It’s 2018. Can you believe it?! Here’s a look at our top 10 blog posts from 2017. With a couple of days left before our general deadline this Friday, Jan. 5th, we have some last tips for you to submit an outstanding SIPA application as well as insight to our community….

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We are closing early today at 1 PM!

The Office of Admissions and Financial Aid will close early today for the Christmas holiday, December 25 and 26,  at 1 PM EST. We will re-open on Wednesday, December 27 at 9 AM EST. We hope everyone travels safe and enjoys the break. Don’t forget, our general deadline, with SIPA fellowship aid consideration, is at…

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Happy Holidays from SIPA!

All of us here at SIPA Admissions and Financial Aid wish you and your loved ones a peaceful and joyous new year. Happy holidays!

Reminder: Thomas R. Pickering Foreign Affairs Fellowship Applications are due Jan. 12, 2018

The Thomas R. Pickering Foreign Affairs Fellowship is accepting application for the 2018 Pickering Fellowship cohort at Applications are due on January 12th, 2018. The Pickering Fellowship is a U.S. Department of State and The Washington Center administered fellowship that provides students graduate students with financial support, mentoring, and professional development to prepare them…

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A View from the Class: Sinan Zeino

In December’s issue, we feature current SIPA student, Sinan Zeino MIA ’19. A first year Master of International Affairs candidate, Sinan is concentrating in Human Rights with a specialization in International Conflict Resolution. He is SIPA’s James Luikart 70th Anniversary Fellow and a Columbia Displaced Persons Scholar. Launched this year by Columbia University, the Columbia…

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