WWS Blog: 2020

May 22, 2020
Graduate Admissions Office
The Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs extends a heartfelt congratulations to Sagatom Saha (MPA ’20) and Minh-Thu Pham (MPA ’03), on their honorable selection as 2020 Asian American Pacific Islander National Security and Foreign Policy Next Generation Leaders. This recognition is awarded to experts serving in government, think tanks, academia, NGOs, and the media. Throughout his developing career, Sagatom has served as a...
May 8, 2020
Graduate Admissions Office
Students & Alumni of Color (SAOC), a student-led organization at the Woodrow Wilson School, held its 24th annual symposium on April 29, 2020, via the Zoom online platform. SAOC's mission is to bring together students and alumni of the Woodrow Wilson School to promote racial diversity, establish productive mentoring relationships, discuss ideas relevant to the social, political and professional development of students of color, and support...
Apr 29, 2020
Graduate Admissions Office
We’ve received a number of inquiries as to how we will consider courses taken pass/fail during the spring 2020 semester (as opposed to for a letter grade). To put our bottom line up front: Do Not Worry. We are all working through the COVID-19 response in our respective communities, and what this will mean for operations going forward. Princeton University has allowed all its students to take any or all courses pass/fail. The Woodrow Wilson...
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Apr 6, 2020
Graduate Admissions Office
We are sending lots of well-wishes and positive vibes from the Woodrow Wilson School. Our campus has been actively responding to the COVID-19 pandemic. As many of us have transitioned to working remotely, we miss the beautiful architecture, local eats, and familiar sounds of our campus. Most importantly, we miss the amazing students, faculty, and staff who comprise our community. Our hope is that we all make it through this pandemic safely....
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Mar 9, 2020
Graduate Admissions Office
With a strong number of competitive applications across our three graduate degree programs, this year’s selection process was hard. We know the wait from our application deadline to our decision date is long. Thank you for your patience. We also want to underscore just how robust our process is; the School invests heavily in it. Each application was evaluated by one of three admissions committees, based on degree, which collectively comprised...