Student and Alumni Stories

Robert Simmons, Class of 2017

Robert Simmons, a Master's candidate in International Relations and Diplomacy at AGS, completed a two-month internship in Tanzania, working with a local NGO supporting homeless children and orphans. Simmons came to AGS with a Bachelor's in English and History from Rutgers University, and a Master's in Social Justice Education from the University of Massachusetts Amherst, and ...

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Fazola Nasretdinova, Class of 2017

Read more...My name is Fazola Nasretdinova, I am from Uzbekistan in Central Asia. From my earliest age I was inspired by international relations and diplomacy. My objective is to tie my career to politics and social development, and take part ...

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Ahmed Samy Nasr Lotf, Class of 2016

Read more..."The journey that took me to AGS from 2014 to 2016 is quite unique. It may have been driven by chance but seems to have been perfectly planned by fate. It all began in 2010, when I did ...

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Ryan Mills, Study Abroad in Paris program, Fall 2015

Read more...Ryan Mills worked as an Iraqi linguist for the US Naval Intelligence for six years, between 2008 and 2014, before joining the Bachelor's in Political Science, which took him to spend a semester abroad at the American Graduate ...

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Stefan De Las, Class of 2014

Read more...A testimonial by Stefan De Las, Trinidad and Tobago

M.A. in International Relations and Diplomacy, class of 2014

Deciding to relocate your life, even temporarily, is never an easy decision. I had been accepted to a Masters program in the ...

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Audrey Wang, M.A. in International Relations and Diplomacy, Class of 2010

Read more...Audrey Wang works as a Human Rights Specialist at the New York City Commission on Human Rights, a city agency that enforces the NYC Human Rights Law within its jurisdiction of the five boroughs. The law prohibits discrimination in ...

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Eric Miller (USA), M.A., Class of 2009

Read more...Eric Miller has just published his Master’s thesis under the title: The Inability of Peacekeeping to Address the Security Dilemma: A Case Study of the Rwandan-Congolese Security Dilemma and the United Nation’s Mission in the Congo (Lambert ...

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Laura-Lee Smith (USA), M.A., Class of 2009

Read more...Laura-Lee Smith is interning at the US State Department in the Bureau of Democracy, Human Rights and Labor in Washington D.C. Laura-Lee says "I am really picking up on how everything works. I have been in meetings with Secretary Clinton's deputies, and ...

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Karina Kloos (USA), M.A., class of 2006

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Karina Kloos entered Stanford University in the fall 2009 to do a Ph.D. in Sociology.

Karina spent six months, prior to starting her doctoral studies, volunteering in Cambodia with PEPY, an educational NGO and social venture.

Karina recounts: "I was primarily ...

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Harold Bashor (USA), Ph.D. 2004

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Dr. Harold Bashor is a professor at Franklin University, Columbus, Ohio. He teaches International Business and Global Issues in the Vantage MBA program.

Since he received his Doctoral degree from AGSIRD in 2004, Harold Bashor published his Ph.D. dissertation under ...

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M.A., School of International Relations
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