Student and Alumni Stories

Sarah Ayewah, M.A., Class of 2011

Read more..."As a Nigerian, my motivation to study International Relations was a desire to find solutions to the intricate problems of my country and contribute to its development and good governance. I moved to Paris to pursue this goal, ...

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Megan Pritchard, M.A., Class of 2017

Read more...Megan Pritchard started her academic journey in the State of Washington, studying Foreign Affairs and French at the University of Puget Sound in Tacoma with the overall goal of working for the US State Department as a Foreign ...

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Veronica Perez, M.A., Class of 2016

Read more...“Upon graduating with my Master’s degree in International Relations and Diplomacy from the American Graduate School in Paris, I joined the AmeriCorps national service, where I served as a Language Acquisition Aide in Washington, D.C., working with recently ...

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Jay Wagamon, M.A., Class of 2006

Read more...“I joined AGS largely to build an education platform to help make positive changes in the world. The motivations have not changed, but I am no longer naive to the difficulties of fostering change and the many forces ...

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Paula Prince, M.A., Class of 2010

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"The American Graduate School in Paris set me up for success in an international career.

I grew up in Morehead, Kentucky, in the Appalachian foothills. You may know Morehead from its infamous resident, Kim Davis. Let’s just say that, ...

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Ahmed Samy Nasr Lotf, M.A., Class of 2016: A Humanitarian Journey

Read more...Since graduating from AGS in 2016, Ahmed Samy Lotf has started a rich and diverse journey in the humanitarian sector, gaining experience with all three types of organizations that are major ...

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Elizabeth Milovidov, Esq., Ph.D, Class of 2007

Read more...Dr. Elizabeth Milovidov, who earned her Ph.D. at AGS on the subject of online marketing of children for adoption, has become a world-renowned expert in children’s rights and digital parenting, consulting with the Council of Europe and various ...

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Miriam Cochran, M.A., Class of 2011

Read more...Miriam Cochran joined an NGO in Iraq last summer, taking a career move that combines her aspirations for humanitarian work with her interest in Middle Eastern issues – which were the focus of her Master’s thesis at ...

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Robert Simmons, M.A. Candidate, 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, M.A. Candidate, 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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Emirjona CakeAlbania, United States
Ph.D. Candidate, 2017 

quote leftThe connections and networks I created at AGS, both with professors and fellow students, have been rewarding, providing me with access to distinguished thinkers and an extensive array of intellects whom I can call friends. AGS provided the base that I needed to catapult myself into the field of International Relations, helping me to gain access to such International Organizations as UNESCO, and allowing me to present at their contemporary and stimulating annual conference.quote right

 

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