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  • 2015 SAIS Global Women in Leadership Conference | SAIS
    Centers SAIS Libraries Mason Library Robert Evans Library Nanjing Center Library Career Services Planning and Resources Skills Development Employment Outcomes For Employers Giving Locations Washington D C Bologna Italy Nanjing China You are here SAIS News SAIS News 2015 SAIS Global Women in Leadership Conference SAIS Global Women in Leadership hosted a conference exploring how female entrepreneurs are driving social and economic change in their communities and on a global

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  • Dean Vali Nasr at World Affairs Council | SAIS
    Institutes and Research Centers SAIS Libraries Mason Library Robert Evans Library Nanjing Center Library Career Services Planning and Resources Skills Development Employment Outcomes For Employers Giving Locations Washington D C Bologna Italy Nanjing China You are here SAIS News SAIS News Dean Vali Nasr at World Affairs Council Dean Vali Nasr joined World Affairs Council on March 16 2015 for a discussion on the challenges facing the Middle East Read

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  • Dr. S. Frederick Starr USCC Testimony | SAIS
    Mason Library Robert Evans Library Nanjing Center Library Career Services Planning and Resources Skills Development Employment Outcomes For Employers Giving Locations Washington D C Bologna Italy Nanjing China You are here SAIS News SAIS News Dr S Frederick Starr USCC Testimony Dr S Frederick Starr chairman of the Central Asia Caucasus Institute at SAIS testified on March 18 2015 for the U S China Economic and Security Review Commission on

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  • Faculty Directory | SAIS
    D C Bologna Italy Nanjing China You are here Faculty Directory Faculty Directory Entire Faculty Full Time Faculty Regular Faculty Other Full Time Faculty Part Time Faculty Visiting Faculty Scholars Language Faculty Emeritus Faculty Entire Faculty Full Time Faculty Regular Faculty Other Full Time Faculty Part Time Faculty Visiting Faculty Scholars Language Faculty Emeritus Faculty SAIS GUIDE TO EXPERTS The SAIS Guide to Experts in International Affairs serves as a resource for the media and the foreign policy community We hope that you will call on our SAIS faculty and scholars for comment or background information Download Now Request a Copy Any Bologna Italy Nanjing China SAIS Europe Washington D C Any African Studies American Foreign Policy Canadian Studies China Studies Conflict Management Energy Resources and Environment European and Eurasian Studies Global Theory and History International Development International Economics International Law and Organizations International Political Economy International Relations Japan Studies Korea Studies Latin American Studies Middle East Studies South Asia Studies Southeast Asia Studies Strategic Studies Full Time Faculty Regular Faculty Other Full Time Faculty Part Time Faculty Visiting Faculty Scholars Language Faculty Emeritus Faculty ALL A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z A Susana Abril Senior Lecturer in Spanish Washington D C Email Maya Ajmera Adjunct Lecturer Washington D C Email Robert Alvarez Professorial Lecturer in the Energy Resources and Environment Program Washington D C Email Walter Andersen Administrative Director of the South Asia Studies Program Washington D C Email Cristino R Arroyo Associate Director of the International Economics Program Washington D C Email Leila G Austin Professorial Lecturer Washington D C Email B John P Banks Visiting Scholar in the Energy Resources and Environment Program Washington D C Email

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  • SAIS Event Calendar | SAIS
    Apply Contact Us Research Faculty Directory Initiatives Institutes and Research Centers SAIS Libraries Mason Library Robert Evans Library Nanjing Center Library Career Services Planning and Resources Skills Development Employment Outcomes For Employers Giving Locations Washington D C Bologna Italy Nanjing China You are here SAIS Event Calendar SAIS Event Calendar Campus Washington Europe China Event Type Alumni Event General Event Student Hosted Academic Admissions Career Services Today Next Year Month

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  • Alumni
    the SAIS connection for a lifetime More 11 Dear Fellow SAIS Alumni Welcome back to SAIS We are a community of over 17 000 strong with alumni residing around the globe and in international centers such as Tokyo Hong Kong Singapore London Sao Paulo New York Boston San Francisco and in Washington DC Alumni from our three locations in Washington D C Bologna Italy and Nanjing China stay connected with each other through SAIS specific clubs and evolving groups and the Johns Hopkins University Alumni Association With very best regards Margaret H Frondorf 00 Director SAIS Alumni Relations Managing Editor SAIS Magazine Make a Gift 12 Link Link Link link Link Special Alumni Groups Overview of SAIS Entrepreneurs Did you launch a start up technology company or create an innovative new venture If so tell us about it and join the growing list of SAIS entrepreneurs Our alumni community wants to support you in your thriving business Click here 13 13 to see a list of nascent businesses created and launched by SAIS alumni Overview of SAIS Women s Alumni Network The purpose of the SAIS Women s Alumni Network SWAN is to position SAIS as a leader on the issue of global women s leadership within the international relations community In order to accomplish this goal this global network works to identify and equip SAIS leaders with the tools necessary not only to excel in their careers but to empower women economically around the world Practically this means expanding opportunities for the global SAIS community to connect to discuss important foreign policy issues including the challenges facing women globally gain the knowledge and skills necessary to excel in international careers form lasting partnerships and contribute to women s leadership through local and global community impact efforts SWAN consists of hubs in cities around the world including newly established major hubs in Washington D C New York and London publishes quarterly newsletters of its activities and events and is developing a robust and dynamic online community visit Facebook and LinkedIn where members can discuss personal and professional issues that are important to them PDF Download SAIS Women s Alumni Network SWAN 14 Update Information In order to stay up to date on the latest alumni news support SAIS and learn about new benefits available to alumni it is important that we have your current contact information amp amp amp amp amp amp amp amp amp amp amp amp amp amp amp amp amp amp amp amp amp amp amp amp amp amp amp amp amp amp amp amp amp amp amp amp amp amp amp amp amp amp amp amp amp amp amp amp amp amp amp amp amp amp amp amp amp amp amp amp amp amp amp amp amp amp amp amp amp amp amp amp amp amp amp amp amp amp amp amp amp amp amp amp amp amp amp amp lt a data cke saved href amp amp amp amp amp amp amp amp amp amp

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  • Alumni - Communities | SAIS
    C Bologna Italy Nanjing China You are here Alumni Communities Alumni Communities 1 window location jQuery this val replace URL else sais page left nav switch jQuery this val Overview Africa Asia Australia Europe Central and South America Middle East North America Back to Alumni Overview Africa Asia Australia Europe Central and South America Middle East North America Back to Alumni Keeping the Connection Around the World You are part of the SAIS Community comprised of alumni friends and current students who tap into a wide range of substantive activities creating linkages with each other with SAIS and the broader Johns Hopkins universe You our alumni guide the process of activities around the world create communication systems and work in partnership with SAIS Alumni Relations team members from our three campuses We are a global community from Beijing Bangkok Brussels Boston and beyond participating in student recruitment providing career guidance to current students and engaging more fully in support of SAIS Connect with fellow alumni in leadership positions Ask how you can help Contact us to establish a new group in your city or country You take the initiative And by all means visit this website often for news information

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  • Alumni - Get Involved | SAIS
    in your region Nominate fellow alumni for awards Connect with the larger JHU Alumni Association Volunteer for a community service project through the Rising to the Challenge Campaign Student Engagement Meet informally over breakfast lunch or coffee to discuss your career and provide advice about your field of work Support create a fellowship fund Offer internship or practicum opportunities Financial Support Making a gift to SAIS can be instrumental in impacting the lives of our students and is a great way to remain engaged Please consider contacting the Development and Alumni Relations team at saisdevelopment jhu edu or 202 663 5630 for more information on how you can make a difference through your gift For more information on how to get engaged with the SAIS alumni community please contact Washington D C 1 202 587 3210 saisalum jhu edu Bologna Italy 39 051 2917815 alumni jhubc it Nanjing China 1 202 663 5805 saisalum jhu edu Hire a Student Alumni continue to be one of our key assets for professional development and recruiting You know the curriculum you recognize the quality of students and faculty here at SAIS and you understand how this background fits into your own chosen profession We welcome the opportunity to work with you individually to support you and your employer s efforts to find high quality candidates for both internships and employment after graduation We also appreciate the opportunity to meet any human resources or graduate recruiting staff members in your organization to set up a more formal recruiting relationship Below is a list of services we provide Career Panels Talk about your career with a group of other professionals to give an overview of the field or to provide a deeper understanding of the diverse work within a particular organization Internship and Job Postings If you have an opportunity you would like to advertise to students you can send the job posting with the description and contact information to saiscareer jhu edu We will quickly post the announcement and it will automatically be e mailed to students who have indicated special interest in your employer or field Résumé Collections We can also collect résumé online from candidates who meet your needs and send them to you as a PDF résumé book Employer Presentations Come to SAIS in person or virtually via video conferencing to tell students about where you work explain the professional growth opportunities available through internships and job as well as provide information on the application process Career Fairs Come to our Fall or Spring Career Fair to meet students and talk about your employer and collect résumé from interested students and alumni Register on SAISWorks You can also register on SAISWorks and electronically manage all of the above items Please contact Janet Burrowes jburrowes jhu edu or go https sais jhu csm symplicity com employers signin tab 2 to register Refer a Prospective Student The SAIS experience is incomparable made even more rewarding by the remarkable students we attract from around

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