Admissions PA Meagan Barrera talked with current student Ashleigh Montgomery, MIA '17, about how she balances classwork, an internship, an assistantship, and everything in between.
In this guest post SIPA graduate and licensed real estate salesperson Melissa Amin Diaz shares her advice on how incoming students can snag the best New York City apartment in their budget.
This semester I enrolled in a new course offered by SIPA’s Gender a Public Policy Specialization called Gender and Armed…
Qiuyuan Huang is currently a second-year MPA student at SIPA. She graduated from Peking University in China in 2015 with…
SIPA students Hisato Tamiya and Yoshihisa Kita discuss what it's like studying at SIPA, and their involvement in the SIPA Japan Study Student Association.
We are hosting a series of Facebook Live Friday information sessions and Seeple interviews this year to help you better prepare your applications. See the schedule for more information on each individualized session.
SIPA Professor Glenn Denning was featured on Popular Science's website. Read what he has to say about gene editing and the possibilities of food growth.
Zaina Arafat, MIA '09, shares an op-ed on Vice.com, "What I Should Have Said to My Students as Their Muslim American Teacher."
Kaitlyn Wells, Assistant Director of Admissions, hosted a special Facebook Live session with MPA in Development Practice Director Glenn Denning. Catch up on their conversation by watching the recording while you still can!
"As a current student, it is clear to me that SIPA strives to be a supportive community for all of its students," writes Meagan Marie Barrera. "I came to SIPA to advance my career in human rights advocacy, and this election cycle has only strengthened my resolve to achieve that goal." See what SIPA and its students are talking about following the elections.