The Elliott School of International Affairs' bachelor's and master's programs were ranked among the top ten international affairs programs in the United States by the Teaching, Research, and International Policy (TRIP) survey as reported in Foreign Policy.
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Spotlight on Students and Alumni
GW's No Lost Generation (NLG) is a campus organzation that is facing the Syrian refugee crisis head-on -- and is rapidly spreading to other campuses across the nation.
Karim Farishta, ESIA BA '16, is one of 54 students nationwide recognized with the honor, which bestows a $30,000 grant toward graduate studies for candidates who demonstrate "the passion, intellect and leadership potential" to serve the public good.
Web Video Initiative
Hope M. Harrison and Chance Williams (B.A. '16) discuss the history behind the Academy Award-winning film Bridge of Spies.
The first panel to present their research was "Civil Societies in Transition: Building Social Cohesion in the Wake of Conflict and Disaster."
Michael D. Danti, assistant professor of archaeology at Boston University, delivers the keynote address at the 2015 IMES Annual Conference.
David Shambaugh surveys the main challenges facing China at present and assesses the steps the government is taking to meet them through new reform policies.