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Year In Review at SIPA: 2017-2018

The SIPA community’s long-term goal is to advance global public policy issues through training, research and engagement. Take a look at our Year In Review video to see how we worked toward that goal in 2017-2018.

We can’t wait to see what our incoming and future students do to make their mark in SIPA history.

Our top blog posts from 2016

This time of year I like to browse the blog and review all of the content we’ve shared, and see if there’s anything we can do to give you a better experience. In doing so, I thought you’d like to see which blog posts everyone enjoyed the most. Here are our top blog posts from 2016, broken down by month (with the runners-up).

December: How to access (and prepare for) the admissions video essay; followed by Top 10 Tips for Communicating with Us

November: Here’s SIPA’s evaluation criteria; followed by How to access (and prepare for) the admissions video essay

October: Here’s what SIPA means by ‘early action’; followed by How to access (and prepare for) the admissions video essay

September: Top 10 Tips for Communicating with Us; followed by The 2017 PPIA Fellowship application is live

August: Top 10 Tips for Communicating with Us; followed by Everything you wanted to know about SIPA’s language proficiency requirement

July: Rangel Fellowship Application is live, and there’s a new deadline; followed by Top 10 Tips for Communicating with Us

June: What Fall 2016 admitted students should know going forward followed by Fall 2016 New Student Series Part 1: Meet Sayan Supratim Das

May: Top 10 Tips for Communicating with Us; followed by What Fall 2016 admitted students should know going forward

April: 10 reasons you shouldn’t attend SIPA; followed by A look at SIPA Follies 2016

March: What Fall 2016 admitted students should know going forward; followed by A look behind the application curtain

February: Good luck to our Fall 2016 applicants; followed by Dissecting the Application Checklist

January: Dissecting the Application Checklist; followed by How to answer the Fall 2016 short essay

This is a just a preview of the type of  content we regularly share on the SIPA Admissions Blog. Including today’s post, we have written 127 blog posts since January 2016 — that’s a new post every two or three days! It takes a lot of effort to share fresh content with all of you on a regular basis, and we wouldn’t have been able to do so if it weren’t for our dedicated student bloggers, also known as our Program Assistants and Admissions Ambassadors. I’m grateful for their assistance, and I look forward to sharing more of their work with you in the coming months.

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—Merit E. Janow, Dean, SIPA, Professor of Practice, International and Economic Law and International Affairs

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