Wednesday, March 27, 2019

  • Gather with fellow alumni for happy hour at West of Pecos, 550 Valencia Street. Appetizers served. Cash bar. We also continue in our global celebration of Johns Hopkins SAIS and its 75th Anniversary this year. Sibyl Chen B’03, ’04 will be there to greet you.

    RSVP to saisalumnievents@jhu.edu

  • Join fellow alumni in celebration of Johns Hopkins SAIS and its 75th Anniversary with a special evening program featuring Charles Doran B’65, ’66, Ph.D.’69, Andrew W. Mellon Professor of International Relations, and Christopher Sands ’94, Ph.D.’09, Senior Research Professor, Director of the Center for Canadian Studies, who will engage the audience in a panel discussion on “Donald Trump and the Forgotten Partnership between Canada and the United States: Abnormal, or the New Normal?,” moderated by Deanna Horton B’79.

    This signature gathering takes place at The Royal Canadian Military Institute, 426 University Avenue, Toronto, ON, M5G 1S9. Tina Wong ’11, Johns Hopkins SAIS Toronto Club Leader and 75th Anniversary Advisor, will be there to greet you. Cost is $15 US.

    Click here to register: www.eventbrite.com/e/toronto-celebrating-75-years-of-johns-hopkins-sais-tickets-53749683751

  • Engage in lively dialogue over drinks and appetizers with Michael Mandelbaum, Professor Emeritus, who will comment and lead a discussion on his newly published book, “The Rise and Fall of Peace on Earth.” The event takes place at the Thomson Reuters Building, 3 Times Square: Millennium Boardroom, 22nd Floor. Go to the security guard who will have a list of RSVP names. Please bring ID or Driver’s License. We also continue in our global celebration of Johns Hopkins SAIS and its 75th Anniversary this year. Appetizers served. Valerie Gadala-Maria ’13 and Sam Lee ’13 will be there to welcome guests.

    RSVP to saisalumnievents@jhu.edu. 

  • Join SAIS and Hopkins-Nanjing Center Alumni for a reception with Dr. Zhexin ("Tiger") Zhang N’03, Research Fellow at the Shanghai Institutes for International Studies (SIIS), who will give a talk on "Emerging C2: Why China and the U.S. are Destined for Co-Development?" This event takes place at Wooden Box, 9 Qinghai Road, just south of Nanjing West Road. We also continue in our global celebration of Johns Hopkins SAIS and its 75th Anniversary this year.

    RSVP to Frank Tsai N’03 at editor@shanghai-review.org who will be there to greet you.