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Ambassador Susan Rice joins American University School of International Service

In her new capacity as Distinguished Visiting Research Fellow, former National Security Advisor and UN Ambassador Susan Rice will work on an upcoming book and mentor SIS students interested in national security careers.

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I’m helping farmers improve nutrition and crop resilience for generations.

As a deputy director at USAID’s Feed the Future Initiative, I oversee a project to introduce nutrition-rich sweet potato crops to farmers in Malawi, where the economy depends on agriculture. My program teaches farmers how to grow and sell this new crop as a way to improve long-term health and financial stability. Read about why I chose SIS’s Natural Resources and Sustainable Development program.

I’m bridging a divide between Israel and Palestine through music.

Through a nonprofit I founded, Heartbeat, I bring together high-school musicians from Israel and Palestine to compose music, learn about each other, and reshape the otherwise divided world around them. These youth form relationships based on equality—a sharp contrast to the inequality that exists outside of Heartbeat. Read about why I chose SIS’s Social Enterprise program.

Katherin Sibel

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AU No.1 among Medium, Grad Schools for 2017 Peace Corps Ranking

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Nuha Hamid

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SIS to simulate G20 Leader’s Summit

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Wetlands and village in Bangalore

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Plotlines of Corruption

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white barn and silo on a farm

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Farming through the farm bill

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United States Capitol building

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Russia, Trump, and the 2016 election: What’s the best way for Congress to investigate?

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