News@E40 | 2019

Dan Pomeroy; Chappell Lawson


May 16, 2019

MIT Policy Lab launches MITx course on policy outreach

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The new online course aims to help researchers engage with public policymakers.


May 16, 2019

CIS 2019 spring newsletter

précis, the MIT Center for International Studies newsletter, covers the wide range of Center activities and tracks the accomplishments of our faculty, researchers and affiliates. The spring 2019 issue is now available.

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May 16, 2019

CIS congratulates the graduates

The Center congratulates the Class of 2019 from its Security Studies Program. Fiona Cunningham, Reid Pauly, and Ketian Zhang have graduated or are graduating in this commencement cycle.  We wish them the best of luck in their future endeavors.

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May 13, 2019

MISTI team receives SHASS Infinite Mile Award

Mala Ghosh, Maria Segala and Madeline Smith have been selected to receive the SHASS Infinite Mile Award for Inclusion.


May 9, 2019

CIS awards 18 summer study grants

Eighteen doctoral students in international affairs at MIT were awarded summer study grants. Each will receive up to $3,500. “The awards were made to an outstanding cohort of MIT students from across the Institute. We're so pleased that the appeal of these grants has broadened and students are responding,” said John Tirman, CIS executive director and principal research scientist.

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May 1, 2019

SSP Congressional Meeting

On April 17-19, the Security Studies Program hosted its fifth biennial Senior Congressional and Executive Branch Staff Seminar, titled “Regions and Rivals: American Strategy In A Time Of Uncertainty.”