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Book review title slide for Invisible Women

Social Sciences ·

Book Review - Invisible Women: Data Bias in a World Designed for Men

Book review for Invisible Women: Data Bias in a World Designed for Men by Caroline Criado Perez. (New York, NY: Abrams, 2019).
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Protesters march in Washington, DC at the 2021 Rally For Abortion Justice. Photo by Gayatri Malhotra.

Government & Politics ·

Roe v. Wade: What Would It Mean If It’s Overturned?

Five questions for Tracy Weitz, national expert on abortion care and policy and incoming Professor of Sociology
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Cassandra Praino. Olivia Higgins. Rionach McEwen. Meghan Mertyris. Anna Keilly.

Achievements ·

Winning MPA capstone poster highlights Roe V. Wade policy history and challenges

Winning MPA capstone poster highlights Roe V. Wade policy history and challenges
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Executive Women in Government.

Government & Politics ·

SPA Hosts Executive Women in Government Summit

The event, in-person for the first time since 2019, featured women in defense, finance, communication, law enforcement, intelligence, diplomacy, and other federal careers.
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SIS Dean Shannon Hader

Announcement ·

Shannon Hader Named Dean of American University’s School of International Service

Shannon Hader, MD, MPH, has been named the dean of the School of International Service at American University. She succeeds Christine BN Chin, PhD, who has served as dean of SIS since August 2017 and is returning to the faculty.
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Interim Dean Max Paul Friedman

Announcement ·

Interim Dean Max Paul Friedman Heading to Berlin for Sabbatical 

Extraordinary scholar, author, and teacher led College for two years during pandemic 
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SIS alumnus Knox Thames

In the Community ·

SIS Alumnus Knox Thames Dedicates Career to Promoting Religious Freedom

Knox Thames, SIS/MA and WCL/JD '01, has served in various government roles having to do with the intersection of global affairs, religion, and human rights.
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Charles Lewis, IMF Photo/Stephen Jaffe

Communications ·

Groundbreaking Investigative Journalist Charles Lewis to Retire

He leaves a legacy of mentorship, scholarship, and an award-winning, thriving, independent investigative newsroom.
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Budapest, Hungary - October 2, 2021: military wartime caricature abstract portrait of Prime Minister Viktor Orban in Bikas park. Photo credit: Raketir / Shutterstock.com

Government & Politics ·

5 Questions about CPAC in Hungary and Far-Right Extremism

SIS senior associate dean and professor Carolyn Gallaher spoke with us about the platforming of far-right figures, the current state of the US’ GOP, and a racist conspiracy theory that’s been gaining traction among conservatives.
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Jeffrey Crouch

Government & Politics ·

Pardon His Pardons?

SPA Professor Reviews President Trump’s Unconventional Use of Clemency
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