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    • Dworken, Mort - Oral History Interview 

      Dworken, Mort (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 ...
    • Tubbs, Gordon - Oral History Interview 

      Tubbs, Gordon (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 ...
    • Jenkins, Alton - Oral History Interview 

      Jenkins, Alton (2010-11)
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    • Allen, Gale - Oral History Interview 

      Allen, Gale (2010-11)
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    • Barrows, Gordon - Oral History Interview 

      Barrows, Gordon (2010-11)
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    • Hersch, Jay - Oral History Interview 

      Hersch, Jay (2010-11-01)
      Jay Hersch ’68 was at the University of Wisconsin from 1960 to 1964. After graduating from Wisconsin, he applied to Law School at North Western and graduated school in Agronomy at the University of Wisconsin, though he ...
    • Timpson, Sarah - Oral History Interview 

      Timpson, Sarah (2010-11-09)
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    • Hollick, Ann - Oral History Interview 

      Hollick, Ann (2010-12-01)
      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 ...
    • Gillum, Gary - Oral History Interview 

      Gillum, Gary (2010-12-01)
      Around the time he attended SAIS, Gary was looking for a career and mostly to do work in the South America (specifically Colombia), in the field of economics. Prior to SAIS, he was at MIT at a time when the Peace ...
    • Fishmanm, David - Oral History Interview 

      Fishman, David (2010-12-01)
      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 ...
    • Feldman, Gerald - Oral History Interview 

      Feldman, Gerald (2010-12-01)
      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 ...
    • Liska, George - Oral History Interview 

      Liska, George (Johns Hopkins University, School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS), Office of Development and Alumni Relations, 2010-12-13)
      George Liska came to SAIS after leaving the University of Chicago and Wesleyan University, as a professor. He came to Johns Hopkins at the invitation and with the persuasion of Robert W. Tucker (then, full professor at ...
    • Montegue, Joel - Oral History Interview 

      Montegue, Joel (2010-9)
      Joel Montague ’60 is a retired public health officer who has worked abroad in many countries, including French Indochina. He represented John Snow Research and Training in Phnom Penh from 1991-1996, and had numerous ...
    • Black, Dorothy - Oral History Interview 

      Black, Dorothy (2011-01-01)
      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 ...
    • Leonard, Graham - Oral History Interview 

      Leonard, Graham (2011-02-01)
      Before coming to SAIS, Dr. Leonard was a self-proclaimed east Tennessee hillbilly from Kingsport, Tennessee going to the University of Tennessee. During that time, he says the most important person was Ghandi and he wanted ...
    • Mills, Scott - Oral History Interview 

      Mills, Scott (2011-02-01)
      After three years in the Navy, Mr. Mills came back to Grinnell College in Iowa for his senior year of college. When he was in the last weeks before graduation, he looked in the administrative office and saw a poster for ...
    • Kirk, Roger - Oral History Interview 

      Kirk, Roger (2011-04-01)
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    • Spaulding, Wallace - Oral History Interview 

      Spaulding, Wallace (2011-04-01)
      Wally SAIS to be one of the better schools he applied to of those that were International Relations and they gave him a full scholarship, which tipped the scales in their favor. This is what originally brought him to SAIS. ...
    • Oglesby, Sam - Oral History Interview 

      Oblesby, Sam (2011-04-01)
      Sitting in his kitchen in the South Bronx of New York City, Sam Oglesby explained that he had always thought about going to graduate school, ever since his undergraduate experience at the University of Virginia. As his ...
    • Rose, Charles - Oral History Interview 

      Rose, Charles (2011-04-01)
      Originally, Charles Rose came to SAIS because he thought he wanted to go into the State Department for which he found he was entirely unsuited, so he never went. He thought he was interested in the State Department because ...