- Anne Boring ©Sciences Po
Whether setting up a new business, negotiating a pay rise or taking on more responsibility in the workplace, women can be supported in reaching leadership positions. As of 2018, Sciences Po's Women in Business Chair aims to improve understanding of the obstacles women face and spearhead action to remove them. Interview with Anne Boring, researcher in charge of the Chair. Anne’s work focuses on the analysis of gender inequalities in the professional world.
- Jeanne Hagenbach ©Caroline Maufroid, Sciences Po
With the arrival of 18 new academics this year, Sciences Po proves its status as a highly attractive global centre for research. As well as contributing to the university’s network and research output, these new additions to the faculty will play a vital role in the education of students, introducing them to the latest developments in the humanities and social sciences. Scroll through to learn more about their research interests and backgrounds or download the pdf (4.84Mb).
- Students at a lecture in Sciences Po ©Sciences Po
With a busy academic schedule and a wealth of extra-curricular activities to balance alongside, life at Sciences Po can feel intense at times. With this in mind, the university is committed to prioritising questions of mental health and promoting the welfare of its students. It sees the provision of emotional and mental support as a responsibility of equal importance to teaching in order to help students reach their full academic and personal potential at Sciences Po.
- 15th Anniversary event ©Pascal Levy/Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne
On 10 October in Paris, a symposium titled “Bridging Ideas” marked the 15th Anniversary of the Alliance Programme, an innovative partnership between Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne, Columbia University, École Polytechnique and Sciences Po.
This academic event gathered over 150 participants from the four universities, who collaborate to develop scientific partnerships and exchange through joint projects, visiting professorships, doctoral mobility grants, and student-driven initiatives.
- Paris Campus Library ©Sciences Po / Manuel Braun
In June 2018, Sciences Po held the first edition of the International Teaching and Learning Workshop, around the theme: Putting Theory into Practice: Bridging Research and Teaching.
Colleagues from LSE, King's College, Harvard University, Princeton University, University of Columbia, Hertie School of Governance, Bergen University, Instituto de Empresa, Polytechnique, National University of Singapore, and many more discussed and shared best practices in pedagogical innovation linking research and instruction. Hear from participants.
- À la recherche du Grand Paris
What is the reasoning for the Grand Paris? What does the transformation of the relationship between Paris and its suburbs imply? Sign up for the second edition of the MOOC: "Searching for the Grand Paris" available on Coursera*.
*To view this teaser with English subtitles, click on the "CC" button on the bottom right of the video, then click "English."
- Yann Algan presenting CORE ©Sciences Po
In recent years, students and teachers alike have come to realize that there is an insufficient culture and knowledge of economics in our society. The study of economics and the reality of how our world operates differ enormously. This realization led to the creation of CORE, a new course and manual developed by professors of economics from around the world, including Yann Algan at Sciences Po.
- ©Sogelym Dixence / Wilmotte & Associés / Moreau Kusunoki / RSI Studio
A new chapter in Sciences Po’s history is beginning. The redevelopment project chosen for the Artillerie site acquired in late 2016 has been unveiled: it is the work of the team led by Sogelym Dixence with architect Jean-Michel Wilmotte. Beyond the architectural challenge of transforming a seventeenth-century novitiate into a sustainable, innovative university campus, this plan represents a complete renewal of Sciences Po after 150 years of existence.
Dans le cadre du stage de pré-rentrée des nouveaux étudiants du campus, FORCCAST, le programme de Formation par la Cartographie des Controverses à l'Analyse des Sciences et Techniques, a animé la simulation d'un sommet mondial.
Durant 5 jours, les étudiants ont appris, se sont initiés à la prise de parole en public et à la négociation et ont partagé intensément cette expérience pédagogique complète et inédite.