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2024 LATAM Conference

Keynote remarks from former Latin American Presidents and other distinguished leaders.
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Crisis in the Middle East

SPIA's accomplished faculty bring their wealth of knowledge and years of experience to illuminate the way ahead, offering invaluable insights and a deep understanding of geopolitical dynamics.
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75 Years of Serving the Nation and Humanity

SPIA’s MPA program begins diamond anniversary celebration. Over the next two years, SPIA will incorporate the celebration of this milestone anniversary into existing School events and will share remembrances from alumni, faculty, graduate students and staff.

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DOJ Designates Mayer To Serve as First Chief Science and Technology Adviser and Chief AI Officer

Mark Milley

Former Joint Chiefs Chair Mark Milley to Join the Princeton SPIA Faculty

Upcoming Events

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SPIA in D.C.

SPIA recently opened a physical learning and convening space in the Dupont Circle neighborhood of Washington, D.C. This is first time in the University’s history that its policy and international affairs school has had a dedicated, physical presence in the nation’s capital, and the effort is part of the School’s current strategic priorities.
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Why SPIA?

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100%

Of tuition and required fees which includes health insurance for all students

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160+

Expert faculty and policy practitioners across disciplines

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4,200+

Global network of alumni

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Over 40%

U.S. students of color

Rody Damis MPP ’22
"I chose SPIA because of how intentional the program is ... I wasn't just a number. I was a person the admissions team was able to get to know through my application."
Rody Damis MPP ’22
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Annual Report

A snapshot of our work from the past year.

At SPIA, We Care

Our Community

We are committed to ensuring that all members of our diverse community feel respected, supported, and valued both inside and outside the classroom. We seek to strengthen the capacity of our students to promote equity and foster inclusion while here and in the broader world.
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"The highest priority of our DEI efforts is to create and foster an environment that is inclusive and welcoming of all backgrounds, perspectives, and identities — not to elevate any one voice above another, but to ensure all voices are equally heard."
Amaney Jamal, Dean, Princeton School of Public and International Affairs

At SPIA, We Lead

We are tackling today's most-pressing challenges — at home and abroad. Below are some current initiatives and focus areas.
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Elections

Our experts address issues related to populism, democratic backsliding, and polarization.

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Afghanistan Policy Lab

We created the Afghanistan Policy Lab at SPIA to address the impact of the U.S. withdrawal from Afghanistan and help contribute to its rebuilding.

Environment, Energy
Climate Change

Today’s environmental challenges require global policies that adapt to uncertain conditions — and our experts are pioneers in the field.

At SPIA, We Learn

At SPIA, We Serve

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In Service to the Nation and Humanity

Our unofficial motto captures the essence of the School and is embodied not only in our curriculum — designed to prepare students to pursue careers in public service — but also in the activities our students pursue outside of the classroom.

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    Illustration by Imaan Khasru '23