Seeples Spotlight: Amir Safa

This semester the Office of Admissions welcomed three new Program Assistants (PAs) to the team. This week I'm introducing you to each of them in the form of self-interviews. Our last addition to the team is Amir Safa, He has a bachelor's degree from the University College London in archaeology and comes to SIPA with over 10 years experience in the financial industry including investment banking and asset management. For his interview, he elected to write a mini blog post about what SIPA means to him.

Seeples Spotlight: Andrew Liu

This semester the Office of Admissions welcomed three new Program Assistants (PAs) to the team. This week I'm introducing you to each of them in the form of self-interviews. Next up, Andrew Liu. He's studying International Security Policy, worked in the Pentagon's Office of the Secretary of Defense as a security policy intern last summer, and served as an active duty Marine for about seven years. Here's what he has to say about his time and SIPA.

Seeples Spotlight: Ayanda Francis

This semester the Office of Admissions welcomed three new Program Assistants (PAs) to the team. This week I'm introducing you to each of them in the form of self-interviews. It's ladies first, so say "hello" to Ayanda Francis. Ayanda worked as a was Fulbright ETA in Turkey, and after SIPA she plans to join the US Foreign Service. At SIPA, she has been involved in SIPA Students of Color as the former finance chair, Women in Peace and Security as the former Vice President, and has spent her summer in Timor-Leste with UN Women.

Student Reflection on the U.S. Elections

"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.