Student Spotlight: Isabela Cunha

Today I’ve decided to share a short Q&A with a current International Organizations and UN Studies specialization student, Isabela Cunha. This specialization requires students to complete a core course in international organizations, and two additional three-credit courses. The content of this core course focuses particularly on the mandate of these organizations, their history, their governance structure,…

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Meet our newest Admissions Program Assistants (PA)

Each year we are blessed to have an enthusiastic core group of SIPA graduate students serve as Admission Program Assistants (PA).  For prospective students interested in hearing the SIPA student perspective, the PA is here to provide that insight.  Chances are you will meet one or two or all of them during the admissions process…

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2014-2015 Contributors

L-R: Dario Martinez, Eric Medina, Selim Can Sazak; Tinsley Corbett, Lauren Podber, Katherine McGehee Dario Martinez, MIA 2015 Hometown: Tegucigalpa, Honduras Favorite college-related book: The mystery of Capital A tip: The application process is about finding out what program best fits your professional and personal goals. Visiting programs definitely helped me have a more realistic…

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November 11, 2014 Veterans Day

SIPA honors Veterans Day today! We have a number of military veterans in our student body and are proud to recognize their service today. November 11th is a time to pause and thank our military veterans for the sacrifices they have made by serving our country in the defense of our freedom. I am proud…

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