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Networking reception brings 60 guests to IAB on October 13.

Onetime mayoral candidate discusses her role as a groundbreaker and tells students to embrace their identities.

More than 150 attended the Migration Working Group’s conference on multi-stakeholder approaches.

Veerathai Santiprabhob discusses conduct of monetary policy for Thailand and similar nations.

Author and GWU professor gives eighth annual Kenneth N. Waltz Lecture in International Relations

Experts Jan Svejnar, Martin Wolf, and Tina Fordham MIA ’99 join Dean Merit E. Janow to discuss a potential retreat from globalization.

“The world is more complex, unstable, and unpredictable daily,” said Ayrault.

Iceland Foreign Minister Lilja Alfredsdottir discusses her country’s recovery from its 2008 economic collapse.

Brooks, a senior fellow at the New America Foundation, speaks on the state of war and the military today.

Among other things, the course will teach students to think like computer scientists.

Participants included Margrethe Vestager, the current EU commissioner for competition, University Professor Joseph Stiglitz, and EU Senator Mario Monti, who is president of Milan's Bocconi University.

Author and Columbia emeritus professor Robert Legvold discusses his new book on U.S.-Russia relations.

Thanks to the efforts of the Office of the Dean, a group of SIPA students and one alumnus enjoyed an opportunity to attend the major U.S. political conventions this past summer...

More than 200 UN leaders, government officials, and business and philanthropic executives will gather on September 20.

SIPA will draw on the foundation’s support to engage scholars, entrepreneurs, and leaders from the public and private sectors.

Professor is a former assistant secretary general of the United Nations with special expertise in peacekeeping.

A Spring 2016 Capstone project in support of the Olympics will have far-reaching benefits in Brazil and elsewhere.

PhD student and PhD alumnus find climatological phenomenon affecting cod fishery.

To support innovative analysis of ICT for development, students conduct 10 days of fieldwork in and around Havana.

Scholar will teach courses on the United States’ role in world affairs and serve as visiting director of the International Fellows program.

Dean Merit E. Janow congratulated the Class of 2016, which comprises 733 students from 79 countries in seven academic programs.

Students work with Professor Yasmine Ergas and counterparts in Milan to consider how migration law affects polygamous families

The annual competition invites students to propose innovative projects and prototypes that use technology and/or data to solve important urban problems.

António Guterres says those fleeing conflict today may not have a safe and stable place to go.

How are women and men differently impacted by development projects? Why is it important for development agencies to understand this?

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