Famed reporter and war correspondent Kim Barker brought to the School of International Affairs the same sense of sly humor and keen insight that made her book “The Taliban Shuffle” (and its film adaptation “Whiskey Tango Foxtrot,” starring Tina Fey) such a widely acclaimed meditation on Afghanistan, Pakistan, and the war on terror.
Students at the School of International Affairs spent two days in Washington, D.C., building their professional networks and exploring possible career paths during one of the school’s four annual Career Exposure Trips.
The School of International Affairs will further expand its diverse and accomplished faculty in fall 2017 with the addition of David Titley, retired Navy rear admiral and founding director of the Penn State Center for Solutions to Weather and Climate Risk.
Returning Peace Corps volunteers who want to build on their experiences abroad through graduate education will find a new and exciting opportunity at the Penn State School of International Affairs, thanks to a new partnership with the Peace Corps.
Sitting on the stage of the Sutliff Auditorium in the Lewis Katz Building on Wednesday evening, New York Times correspondent Steven Lee Myers painted a picture of Vladimir Putin as a man who views himself as a bulwark against disorder and chaos.
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