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Platt, Nicholas - Oral History Interview
What originally brought Amb. Platt to SAIS was Paul Nitze. His son was Platt’s classmate in college. Platt went to Paul Nitze for advice on how to get into the Foreign Service and was told to go straight into the Foreign ...
Black, Dorothy - Oral History Interview
Dorothy went to Stanford for her undergraduate degree and was an International Relations major there (International Relations was in the Political Science Department at that time). When she came to college, she had an ...
Ward, Barclay - Oral History Interview
Barclay Ward was always interested in international affairs. When he went to college, he thought he would be a geologist at Hamilton College, but after two years, got more involved in government and international affairs. ...
Tubbs, Gordon - Oral History Interview
(Johns Hopkins University, School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS), Office of Development and Alumni Relations, 2010-10-19)
Gordon Tubbs 63 originally looked at SAIS and several other international relations schools. He believed SAIS to have a good reputation and as he was possibly interested in going into the Foreign Service, he applied to ...
Guenther, Ken - Oral History Interview
Kenneth Guenther ‘59 attended the University of Rochester and was a key student in their new Non-Western civilizations program focusing on South and Southeast Asia. Upon graduating, he attended SAIS which was very different ...
Dworken, Mort - Oral History Interview
(Johns Hopkins University, School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS), Office of Development and Alumni Relations, 2010-10-15)
Mort Dworken 68 (family name of Lithuanian origin ancestors came through Ellis Island and went to Cleveland, OH) recalls being in junior high school and being very interested in international affairs, something he thinks ...
Bauarschi, Emma Bernardon - Oral History Interview
(Johns Hopkins University, School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS), Office of Development and Alumni Relations, 2010-10-1)
Emma Bernardon B'56, '57 had the privilege of being the first female Foreign Service Officer (FSO) in Kampala, Uganda in East Africa. She has a newspaper clipping from the local paper, which wrote a story about her. She ...