One of the special things about the Woodrow Wilson School’s policy programs is that they offer tremendous cross-pollination opportunities between fields. WWS has four academic fields of specialization:
International Relations (I)
Development Studies (II)
Domestic Policy (III)
Economics & Public Policy (IV).
WWS also offers four certificates, including:
Health and Health Policy (HHP)
Science, Technology & Environmental...
Last week Anne-Marie Slaughter announced she will be leaving the Woodrow Wilson School to serve as President of the New America Foundation, a D.C. based non-partisan think tank. Professor Slaughter was the first woman to hold the position of Dean of the Woodrow Wilson School from 2002 – 2009. In 2009 she took leave from the School for two years to serve as the first woman to hold the position of Director of Policy Planning at the State...
The Old Graduate College (OGC), built in 1913 and expanded in 1927, consists largely of one- and two-room suites for one or two students; many rooms have private or semi-private bathrooms. Take a look inside MPA1 Adam Kent’s apartment, where he lives in a one bedroom unit by himself. Adam moved to Princeton last fall from Washington, D.C. Floorplans are not available for OGC apartments.
A group picture of the WWS and LSE students who participated in the conference.
Written by Cheryl Cooper
As the United States and Europe continue to recover from the 2008-2009 financial crisis, many pressing policy questions have yet to be decided: Is austerity in Europe achieving its goals? What is the future of global financial regulation? What role should government institutions play in the recovery? These and many more issues must be...