School of International Service

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Celebrating Twenty Years of NRSD

SIS faculty, students, and alumni share reflections in celebration of the 20th anniversary of the Natural Resources and Sustainable Development (NRSD) program. Learn more about the NRSD program and its founding听here.听

President Lyndon B. Johnson shakes hands with Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. after signing the Civil Rights Act of 1964. Photo Credit: LBJ Presidential Library

Government & Politics

The Legacy of the Civil Rights Act, 60 Years Later

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Blue and white NATO banners are stacked side by side


Four Things to Watch for as NATO Leaders Meet in US

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Keir Starmer


Britain's New Prime Minister has a Chance to Reset Ties With the White House

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Professor Jordanna Matlon


American U. Professor Receives Prestigious American Sociological Association Book Award

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Chris Chavers, SIS/MA '25

Student Life

SIS Student Advocates for Transgender Rights

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Listen now to the latest episode: Abortion Access in a Post-Roe World

Developing an Expertise in International Trade

Rochelle Osei-Tutu, SIS/MA '16

IER equipped me with knowledge of international trade theory and history.

I think the unique experience that's offered through the IER program is that you can focus on the niche that you want to develop. I realized that I was interested in international trade, so I was able to take courses on the political economy as well as digital trade and trade theory. That helped me form the foundation that I needed for my job at the International Trade Administration.

Learn more about Osei-Tutu鈥檚 time in the IER program.

Global Elections Tracker

During the run-up to the US presidential听election听in November 2024, SIS is tracking national听elections globally. Individual results may help highlight trends in democratization and democratic backsliding.

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Six months after graduation,

% of Graduates are now Working, Grad听School, or听Both

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