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Our New Home at 555 Pennsylvania Avenue

In fall 2023, Johns Hopkins University’s School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS) will welcome students to our new home at 555 Pennsylvania Avenue.

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Mission & History

In an era fraught with economic instability, security challenges, poverty, inequity, and vulnerability, training the next generation of cross-sector leaders is more important than ever.

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School Leadership

Leading and implementing the school’s mission.

Faculty, Board members taking

Board of Advisors

Enacting the school's vision, values, and plans for the future.

Diversity and Inclusion

Celebrating and cultivating a diverse and inclusive community.

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SAIS Europe Advisory Council

Enhancing the visibility of SAIS Europe around the world.

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The Hopkins-Nanjing Council

Advancing the mission of the Hopkins-Nanjing Center.


School Accolades

At Johns Hopkins SAIS, we are at the forefront of international relations. Take a look at the latest accomplishments of our students and faculty.

Reischauer Center Welcomes 2021-22 Reischauer Policy Research Fellows

The Edwin O. Reischauer Center for East Asian Studies at Johns Hopkins SAIS has announced its new cohort of Reischauer Policy Research Fellows.

FPI Executive Director Carla Freeman Wins The China Quarterly’s Gordon White Prize

FPI Executive Director Carla Freeman won The China Quarterly's prestigious 2020 Gordon White Prize.

2021 Commencement Awards

Students, faculty, and staff were recognized for their outstanding achievements during the school’s 2021 virtual commencement ceremony.

Professor Pravin Krishna Serves on JHU’s Tenure Advisory Committee

Professor Pravin Krishna will serve as an inaugural member of Johns Hopkins Tenure Advisory Committee.

Global Health Policy Research Forum

Professor Jeremy Shiffman has co-founded the Global Health Policy Research Forum.

Class of 2022 Schwarzman Scholars

Two Johns Hopkins SAIS among Class of 2022 Schwarzman Scholars