Editorial

Portrait of Frédéric Mion © Sciences Po - Sandrine Gaudin

Frédéric Mion

For three years, many Sciences Po staff in several departments worked diligently towards the acquisition of an exceptional property: the Hôtel de l’Artillerie.

In December 2016, the dream became a reality. Our job now is to give it substance. We have four years to do so. Four years, working together, to build this “Campus 2022” and make it one of Europe’s finest venues for study, teaching, research… and building the future.

This blog is a place to record the Campus 2022 story as it unfolds, with the entire Sciences Po community—students, faculty and staff—all of whom are involved in building the Sciences Po of tomorrow. It is the story of an ambition and an ideal: to understand the world in order to transform it.

Frédéric Mion

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