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Huey, Talbott - Oral History Interview
Mr. Huey was drawn to SAIS because it represented the culmination of the transformation of where he was headed. In college, he had no conception of anything dealing with international relations or politics or history. ...
Feldman, Gerald - Oral History Interview
Mr. Feldman was an undergraduate at Johns Hopkins in Baltimore, so SAIS was prominently featured and he became aware of it sooner than other people would have otherwise. When he started as an undergraduate, he thought he ...
Fishmanm, David - Oral History Interview
What originally brought Mr. Fishman to SAIS was his interest in international relations and the ability to take the BA/MA program at Homewood and SAIS. He started at Homewood in ’65 and received a very good education, in ...
Rasmussen, Erik - Oral History Interview
(Johns Hopkins University, School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS), Office of Development and Alumni Relations, 2010-10-15)
Erik Rasmussen 69 was always interested in International Affairs and majored in History as an undergraduate at the University of Iowa. For graduate school, he applied to the London School of Economics, Fletcher and SAIS. ...
Whiteman, Greg - Oral History Interview
(Johns Hopkins University, School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS), Office of Development and Alumni Relations, 2010-10-14)
Greg Whiteman 69 had always planned to be in the field of International Studies and appreciated the opportunity to attend SAIS. He received his undergraduate degree from Dartmouth and majored in International Relations. ...
Hollick, Ann - Oral History Interview
What originally brought Dr. Hollick to SAIS was the statement by John F. Kennedy, “Think what you can do for your country”. She was at Berkeley majoring in 16th century English literature planning to become a professor ...