Alumna Linda-Ann Akanvou

Alumna Linda-Ann Akanvou speaks at APSIA French-language panel

Upcoming event aims to support multiracial populations on campus

New international affairs grad certificate designed by former U.S. ambassadors

Jud Mathews

SIA affiliate professor presents at conference organized by Mexico Supreme Court

Left to right: SIA Black Student Association co-founders Schönn Franklin, Jasmine Green, Shaheed Soligné, and Elizabeth Turay.

New Black student group supports diversity in International Affairs

Tiyanjana Maluwa

Professor Maluwa elected associate member of the prestigious Institut de Droit International

Professor Joseph DeThomas

Professor DeThomas discusses war on terror status in the Tampa Bay Times

The Honorable Mary Beth Long

Professor Long joins Penn State alumni panel on 9/11's impact on American journalism

Professor Peng discusses states acting on climate change in the Chicago Sun Times

Professor Wei Peng discusses state-driven emissions controls

Prof. Hu: The Taliban reportedly have control of US biometric devices – a lesson in life-and-death consequences of data privacy

Amb. Jett quoted in NPR story about Biden's choices for ambassadors

Penn State announces immediate COVID-19 masking at all campuses

Dr. Mumbi Kimani is a visiting assistant professor at SIA for the 2021-22 academic year. She is an applied economist focused on development policy whose work concentrates on South Africa and sub-Saharan Africa in the areas of education, labor, agriculture

Economic and development expert joins SIA as visiting assistant professor

Why it's (almost) impossible to argue with the right

The Honorable Mary Beth Long, former Assistant Secretary of Defense for International Security Affairs, will be joining the SIA faculty as a professor of practice for the 2021-22 academic year.

Former Assistant Secretary of Defense joins SIA as Professor of Practice

Penn State Security Center announces Fall 2021 Grant Program

Human Rights Society announces inaugural “Ona Judge Award” recipients

Houck named interim dean of Penn State Law and School of International Affairs

Professor Peng joins Resources for the Future Podcast to discuss latest climate research

Professor McClennen comments on the hypocrisy of satire for Salon

Pride Month/Day and Immigrant Heritage Month

Land Acknowledgement

Professor Peng co-authors Nature piece on how to make climate models more relevant to policy makers

The Need for Greater Justice

Amb. Jett publishes op-ed on Israeli-Palestinian conflict for the Pittsburgh Jewish Chronicle

School of International Affairs honors record-number of graduates in Class of 2021

Professor Dennis Jett publishes editorial on "duplicity in diplomatic game" for The Hill

Penn State joins Public Interest Technology University Network

Professor Blumsack to join EESI EarthTalks series on energy & climate policy on 4/26

Statement on the Deadly Shootings and Ahead of the Verdict

SIA alumna Sarah Fusco publishes report on 'Viral Extremism' for CNA

Women in Leadership seminar to feature Dean Osofsky

Statement on the Deadly Shootings in Atlanta

SIA grads receive the Penn State Alumni Achievement Award

Amb. DeThomas publishes op-ed on North Korean denuclearization in 38 North

The Hon. Mary Beth Long speaks to SIA students and guests.

SIA board member makes gift to create student emergency fund

Professor McClennen joins UNESCO Policy Lab as an expert

Virtual roundtable focuses on racial equity and the rule of law

Penn State Pre-Semester COVID-19 Testing Requirements

How to use humor against hate: Dr. McClennen shares effective protest strategies

SIA builds community, finds success during unique fall semester (Part 2)

SIA builds community, finds success during unique fall semester (Part 1)

Professor Jett featured in New York Times opinion piece on ambassadorship

wei peng

Professor Peng writes to share thoughts on trade-offs for equitable climate policy

Racism, bias, and community safety recommendations discussed at university town hall

Updates on Penn State racism, bias, and community safety initiatives


Professor DeThomas quoted in Wall Street Journal on a foreign-policy challenge for the new administration