April 24, 2024

We are thrilled to announce the 2024-2025 LISD International Policy Associates (IPAs) cohort of 22 undergraduate students, and, for the first time, to welcome back 10 students to the program as Senior IPAs.

The IPA Program, developed and directed by LISD's Executive Director Nadia Crisan, is a foreign policy–centered initiative that strives to empower students interested in international affairs and careers in public service by creating unique educational and professional experiences. The IPA program pursues its mission with the following objectives:

  • To provide a pre-professional program for undergraduate students interested in international relations, which supplements research and classes with experiential and practical learning through engagement with scholars, experts, commentators, journalists, representatives of civil society, diplomats, politicians and other global practitioners, both on the Princeton campus and on trips inside and outside the US.
  • To expand supportive community and professional networks for fellows interested in global policy.
  • To develop ideas for events, help prepare and lead events, and to participate in activities of the IPA program and LISD more generally.

Leighton Symons '25Luke Carroll '26 and Katya Hovnanian-Alexanian '25 are the 2024 student ambassadors.


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