School of International Service

School of International Service
outside view of the School of International Service building on the American University campus taken by Prakash Patel
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Global Elections Tracker

During the run-up to the US presidential election in November 2024, SIS is tracking national elections globally. Individual results may help highlight trends in democratization and democratic backsliding.

John F. Kennedy on the campaign trail in 1960

Government & Politics ·

On 60th Anniversary of JFK’s Assassination, Reflecting on a Human Rights Legacy Cut Short

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The words Hamas and Israel are shown on a smartphone screen under text that says Trends for You

International ·

How Does the Media Impact Public Perception about War?

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Flags of Israel and Palestine, each held by a fist, painted on a concrete wall.

International ·

What is the “One-State Solution,” and Why is it Unlikely to Work?

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SIS alumna Robin Gary holds a copy of the draft Somalia Constitution

Alumni ·

Human Rights Work Combines with Law Degree for One SIS Alumna’s Ideal Career

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SIS professor Jennifer Poole

Research ·

SIS Economist Works at Crossroads of Development and Women’s Empowerment

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Listen now to the latest episode: Why are Rohingya and Ukrainian Refugees Treated Differently?

Developing an Expertise in International Trade

Rochelle Osei-Tutu, SIS/MA '16

IER equipped me with knowledge of international trade theory and history.

I think the unique experience that's offered through the IER program is that you can focus on the niche that you want to develop. I realized that I was interested in international trade, so I was able to take courses on the political economy as well as digital trade and trade theory. That helped me form the foundation that I needed for my job at the International Trade Administration.

Learn more about Osei-Tutu’s time in the IER program.

Virtual Tour of the School of International Service

Take a virtual tour of the School of International Service at American University in Washington, DC. Learn more about the building that contributes so much to the vibrant community that is SIS.

Discover your future with AU

Six months after graduation,

% of Graduates are now Working, Grad School, or Both

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