If you are visiting SIPA next week for ASD and want to take a coffee break or grab a bite to eat, you have many choices. SIPA students Amir Safa, MIA, 2017, and Roxanne Moin-Safa, MIA, 2017, share their favorites.
In a video interview with Al Jazeera, pizzeria owner Alejandro Souza, MPA-DP 2013, shares how he's "teaching people to fish" instead of giving handouts to Mexico City's homeless population.
PA Andrew Liu reflects on some of the amazing achievements his classmates have done while at SIPA.
PA Andrew Liu gives you some insight into how he weighed the cost of attendance and employment opportunities against other graduate schools two years ago.
Sadia Afreen discusses the beginning stages of her Capstone assignment.
Most of you reading this blog post received the admission decision you were hoping to get when you applied to SIPA this year. You should be proud of your achievement. There was a competitive applicant pool and your application was exemplary. And now that the celebrations have died down a bit, I wanted to recap a few things that every newly-admitted student should know going forward.
By now you’ve checked your email and have learned that we released Fall 2017 entry admissions decisions. When you did read your decision, I’m sure you went through a mix of emotions. Good or bad, there are some things our waitlisted candidates and those who weren’t granted admission should know going forward.
It's our second snow closure of the season. We anticipate reopening during normal business hours on Wed., March 15, 2017.…
For today, I want to give everyone more time to process their decisions...and to celebrate the achievements of those who were admitted. To mark it, here's a look at all of the emotions -- in gif form -- you must have felt when you read your letter.
Originally, Ayanda Francis had her sights set on the International Conflict Resolution Practicum. However, after hearing Professor Zachary Metz’s information session about the "Applied Peacebuilding" class during orientation week, she tossed away the idea that she knew what was best and jumped head first into a course that taught her the value of "standing still" for a change.