"SIA is designed for students to completely erase any pre-established limit they’ve set for themselves,” said alumni Alfredo Malaret.
“Whether our students want to work for the U.N., for a multinational business, or go into academia, we are committed to helping them get there—and we have the numbers to show that we do.”
“It’s been great to meet our alumni and see their success. It shows that SIA really works.”
Speaking to an audience of just under 100 people in Washington, D.C., a panel of distinguished speakers from the Penn State School of International Affairs unraveled the complex web of policy and humanitarian issues at the heart of the Syrian civil war and refugee crises.
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