Alumni Continue Giving Back to the HNC by Transitioning to Staff

by: Caroline Yarber NANJING--The Hopkins-Nanjing Center provides a unique opportunity for SAIS students. Not only do students receive an immersive perspective on US-China relations, but also become a part of a tight-knit community of likeminded people. A significant portion of the current staff are former students of the Center who wish to remain a lasting…

Student Spotlight: Jamil Wyne on Bringing the Net Impact Network to SAIS Europe

By UTPALA MENON With a Fulbright scholarship and multiple policy research initiatives in the MENA region, Jamil Wyne already has some impressive experience under his belt. Now a first-year IDEV student in the SAIS-INSEAD dual degree program, he is spending his time in Bologna expanding his social enterprise experience. Along with a team five others,…

Student Spotlight: Jason Spizer, Documentary Photographer

BY KADY HAMMER Sitting down with a professional photojournalist was intimidating for an amateur journalist like myself, especially when that professional happened to be someone whose work I greatly admire. I found Jason Spizer in the right corner of the Mizushi Ristorante & Bar leaning back in his chair with two cups of tea waiting…

SAIS Europe Professor Profile: William Belding

HYELADZIRRA BANU Assistant Editor at SAIS Europe Each year, SAIS Europe draws on experts from all over the world who bring a wide range of personal and professional experiences to bear on academics in Bologna. This year Professor William Belding, on loan for a semester from the School of International Service at American University, is one of them.

SAIS DC Student Profile: Shahed Ghoreishi

SELIM KORU Associate Editor at SAIS Washington It is difficult to find an average profile among SAIS students. Our classmates come from a variety of backgrounds, spanning across a variety of nationalities, religions, academic fields and interests.That diversity makes it hard to find a representative profile of the student body. That was not lost on Shahed Ghoreishi, a first year in Middle East Studies in DC.