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A Message from the Dean

Dear Elliott School Students, Faculty, Staff, and Friends: Let me begin by saying that as finals season rapidly approaches, I urge those of you who are students to exercise self-care. I know you’ll be studying hard. Remember to also eat healthly healthfully, to...

Three Elliott Faculty Members Prepare to Retire

This year, the Elliott School bids farewell to three long-serving faculty members poised to retire over the coming months. The Elliott community says thank you for your extraordinary teaching and exemplary service over the years. Students of Professor Ed McCord once...

Elliott School Honors Life, Legacy of Swiss Diplomat Carl Lutz

More than 100 students, faculty, staff and residents joined us at the Elliott School on Tuesday, Oct. 23, to hear about the late Swiss diplomat Carl Lutz, whose bravery and tireless efforts saved the lives of 62,000 Jewish people living in Hungary during the...

The Reading Room- Elliott Faculty Book RoundUp

Several prominent Elliott School faculty members recently published books dissecting urgent global issues. In four new volumes, Elliott authors cover the globe, offering insight into the plight of Palestinian refugees, Russian identity in the 21st century, the...

Bringing Student Experiences Abroad, Home to the Elliott School

Every year, Elliott School students travel the globe in search of international education, overseas internships and connections abroad — and of course, the thing that sets Elliott School students apart — real-life, in-the-field experiences. This past academic year was...

Beyond the Front Page: “Matters of State” Alumni Podcast

Beyond the Front Page: “Matters of State” Alumni Podcast The weekly podcast “Matters of State” was created in fall 2015 by several Elliott School graduate students, now alumni, to explore underreported international affairs topics. We recently caught up with Kevin...

Freeman Fellows In Asia

Last year, 19 Elliott School graduate students set off for various destinations across Asia to intern for NGOs, the U.S. Department of State, for-profit companies, social enterprise startups and humanitarian assistance organizations. All of these students had received...

How I Spent My Summer

An Interview with Margaret Meiman, ESIA BA ’20 We caught up with Elliott School junior Maggie Meiman at the start of the semester to chat about her summer internship at the Atlantic Council, a major think tank focused on strengthening the transatlantic alliance. A New...

A Message from the Dean…

Dear Elliott School students, Welcome back! For those of you who are new to the Elliott School, we welcome you and look forward to getting to know you. Over the past few days, I have been excited to see many of you return to campus. Elliott School students are some of...

Elliott School 2018 Summer Reading List

Want to brush up on international politics, history and the like this summer? Ditch the classroom and grab a couple of these books suggested by Elliott School faculty. We promise there won’t be any pop quizzes! Mona Atia recommends Between the World and Me by...

Around the World and Back with Alumnus David Solomon, BA ’08

When French President Emmanuel Macron visited Washington on April 23-25, an Elliott School alumnus played an important role in ensuring a successful and smooth State Visit, the first of the Trump Administration. David Solomon, BA ’08, is a Senior Visits Officer in the...