School of International Service

School of International Service

The Biden Administration's Early Climate Actions


SIS professors Simon Nicholson and Paul Wapner discuss rejoining the Paris Agreement, GM's recent announcement that they will stop producing gas-powered vehicles, and climate legislation they wish Congress would pass.

Two hands hold up a chalkboard sign that reads "Female Genital Mutilation"

International ·

Female Genital Mutilation during COVID-19

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Abdul Aziz Said

In Remembrance ·

A Tribute to Abdul Aziz Said

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Lia Cheek diving to monitor coral reef in the Philippines.

Student Life ·

SIS Student and Returned Peace Corps Volunteer Dives into the Causes of Environmental Issues

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Map of Turkey and Syria.

International ·

How Turkey Defines “Safety” on Its Border with Syria

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Zizhan Luo and Tammy Nguyen.

Achievements ·

Two SIS Students Receive 2021 Charles B. Rangel Graduate Fellowships

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Listen now to the latest episode: A "New START" for Nuclear Weapons

Advocating for People Displaced by Climate Change

It was very important to dedicate my career to something that was impactful.

Because of the location of SIS in Washington, DC, I was afforded the opportunity to have internships at different organizations that helped shape my career. My advice is to make use of SIS’s connections and location to be able to work for organizations that mean something to you and that inspire you. Learn more about Ober's career and work at Refugees International.

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