21st Annual Symposium Held by Students & Alumni of Color

Apr 24, 2017
Students & Alumni of Color (SAOC), a Woodrow Wilson School student-led organization, held its 21st annual symposium on April 8-9, 2017. SAOC's mission is to bring together students, alumni and faculty to promote diversity, establish mentoring relationships, discuss issues relevant to the social, political and professional development of students of color, and support the social and political development of communities of color. Election Day...
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Center for International Security Studies Travels to Germany and Belgium to Experience Cold War History

Apr 18, 2017
Twenty-two students and fellows of the Woodrow Wilson School's Center for International Security Studies (CISS) headed to Germany and Belgium for an eight-day spring break trip to explore and experience Cold War history. In the first staff ride of its kind, the group explored the political, social and strategic decisions from the conclusion of World War II to the creation of NATO and beyond. Participants were required to become experts on one...
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Reforming the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey

Graduate Workshop Reimagines the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey

Apr 6, 2017
Published by: Mel Policicchio
As one of the country’s largest infrastructure joint ventures, the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey (PANYNJ) manages the bridges, tunnels, airports and transit in New York City and Northern New Jersey. Established in 1921 through an interstate compact authorized by Congress, today the Port Authority struggles with financial and political challenges, from insufficient funding to debates over who will pay for maintenance and new services...

"Cherished Memories: Two Princeton Students on an Interracial Ride through the Southern States"

Mar 31, 2017
                    Submitted by Hans-Christoph Boemers, MPA ’58: In September 1956, I entered Princeton University fresh from Freiburg University in Germany, where I had just finished my law degree. I had enrolled in the Woodrow Wilson School for a two-year graduate program on a very generous scholarship.   Frankly, I was overwhelmed! I left Western Germany, which was still very much in ruins after the war, aboard the only German passenger...

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