Alumni Relations        
    4200 Wisconsin Ave., NW
    Stephanie Block
    Associate Director of Alumni Relations, SIS

    The SIS alumni chapter works with AU and the DC community to act as ambassadors of the School of International Service, creating opportunities that foster professional and personal relationships among alumni and friends as well as strengthen connections with AU.

Get Involved

The SIS Alumni Chapter supports the strategic goals of both AU and the School of International Service, and serves to further the mission of the AU Alumni Association.  Fill out our alumni volunteer form to get involved. Questions? E-mail

Chapter Leaders

Ema Gantcheva, Chapter Chair, SIS/BA '06; SIS/MA '08

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Not receiving information about alumni activities in your area? Update your contact information here, or email with your grad information, address, phone number, and e-mail and you'll be plugged into all our activities in your area.

Tuesday, February 03, 2015

SIS Special Forum: U.S. and European Responses to Terrorism
Join the School of International Service for an SIS Special Forum: U.S. and European Responses to Terrorism: Do We Have It Right? 

SIS Alumni in the Atrium: James Hauser, SIS/BA '10, SIS/MA '14
The School of International Service, in partnership with the AU Career Center and the SIS Alumni Chapter, feature select alumni in the SIS Atrium as part of the Alumni in the Atrium Series. An SIS alumnus/a sits in the atrium on Tuesdays from 4:00-5:00 p.m. to speak with students about careers, internships, interviewing tips, and networking skills. 

Wednesday, February 04, 2015

SIS Alumni Book Club: The Militarization of U.S. Foreign Policy?
SIS, in partnership with the US Foreign Policy graduate program, is excited to launch the first SIS Alumni Book Club. We invite you to read Mission Creep: The Militarization of U.S. Foreign Policy? and then attend the discussion February 4 to be led by SIS professor Gordon Adams.

Thursday, February 05, 2015

Can Hawkish Leaders Make Peace?
Join SIS Professor Guy Ziv for a discussion of his new book "Why Hawks Become Doves: Shimon Peres and Foreign Policy Change in Israel."