Curtis O'Neal, SIS/MA '17
We must all champion the moment, because if we do not, no one else will.
"[W]ith this education, we have been charged with tackling some of the world's greatest challenges. . . . To wage peace, we will need courage—courage to stand for justice, courage to protect the innocent, and courage to amplify the voices of those who historically, have been unheard."
33 percent of SIS graduate students identify as domestic students of color
SIS recognizes certain groups have been underrepresented in graduate education and international affairs due to social and economic structures. These include, but are not limited to, domestic students of color, first generation college graduates, veterans, LGBTQ students, international students, religious minorities, and low-income students as well as women in regard to leadership roles.
20 percent of SIS graduate students come from outside the United States