Stiglitz et Zelizer, doctors honoris causa

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  • J.P. Fitoussi, J. Stiglitz, V. Zelizer and J. Lazarus ©Alexis LecomteJ.P. Fitoussi, J. Stiglitz, V. Zelizer and J. Lazarus ©Alexis Lecomte

During a moving ceremony on 13 November 2019, Sciences Po awarded the sociologist Viviana Zelizer and the economist Joseph Stiglitz the titles of Docteur honoris causa. This distinction was given to Dr. Zelizer for her work as the founder of a new school of economic sociology, and to Dr. Stiglitz as the figure of the new Keynesian economy. The invaluable contributions made to their respective disciplines were highlighted in the praises of Jeanne Lazarus and Jean-Paul Fitoussi, respectively.

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Sustainable campus: share your ideas and vote!

An online consultation is open from 4 to 15 November 2019
  • An online consultation is open from 4 to 15 November 2019An online consultation is open from 4 to 15 November 2019

How can Sciences Po become a more sustainable university and workplace? An online consultation, "Sustainable Campus", is open now until 15 November in order to gather your ideas, proposals and votes to help us become a more ecologically responsible university. This consultation is one of the pillars of our Climate Action: Make it Work initiative and concerns all of the Sciences Po campuses.

A Back-To-School Programme Centred Around Ecology

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  • Students listening to inaugural lecture in amphitheatre @Judith AzemaStudents listening to inaugural lecture in amphitheatre @Judith Azema

On your marks, get set… the start of the new academic year is upon us! Some students will be taking their first steps at Sciences Po as freshmen, others will be returning to familiar ground. Like every year, a back-to-school ceremony is held on each Undergraduate College campus and for each of the seven graduate schools.

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Highlights of the 2019 Graduation Ceremonies

An Exceptional Diversity of Talent
  • Graduate receiving her diploma 2019 ©Corinne HauryGraduate receiving her diploma 2019 ©Corinne Haury

Over 7,300 people attended the four graduation ceremonies of the Class of 2019 on June 28 & 29, 2019. Graduates walked under the proud gaze of their parents, friends, teachers, companions, and sometimes children to receive their diploma. Relive these unforgettable moments in video.

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Sciences Po Celebrates the Fête de la Musique

  • Fête de la musique de Sciences Po, 21 juin 2019 ©Sciences PoFête de la musique de Sciences Po, 21 juin 2019 ©Sciences Po

For the second time, Sciences Po is inviting you to celebrate the fête de la musique, France's national music day! This year, you can come with your family and friends! Further details coming soon.

Nancy Goes to Vienna: A Week of Exceptionnal Visits

  • Two students at the Vienna Opera House ©Sciences PoTwo students at the Vienna Opera House ©Sciences Po

Every year for the past 15 years, undergraduate students of the Nancy campus have had the opportunity to go on one-week study visits to Vienna, Berlin, and Brussels. The goal of these visits is to give them a glimpse into how European and International institutions work behind the scenes.

Dancing to the Beat of Sciences Po

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  • Art'Core dancing in Boutmy during their show ©Marie FrabouletArt'Core dancing in Boutmy during their show ©Marie Fraboulet

Art’Core is a student society at the heart of Sciences Po which brings together dancers of all different styles. After their annual show we met with two of the dancers from the troupe.

Lifting the barriers to women entrepreneurship

A new Chair at Sciences Po
  • Female student receiving her diploma ©Sciences PoFemale student receiving her diploma ©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. Sciences Po's new 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.

Lecture Halls renamed after two legends

Tribute to two female alumni
  • @Sandrine Gaudin/Sciences Po@Sandrine Gaudin/Sciences Po

Students will now have class in the Simone Veil or Jeannie de Clarens lecture halls, the first at Sciences Po to be named after women. In honor of two extraordinary graduates, this decision to rename lecture halls after two female alumni with extraordinary stories is a symbolic gesture amongst other actions taken in favor of gender equality.

The Grand Gala 2018

An evening of celebration at the Pavillon Cambon Capucines in Paris
  • Students at the Gala ©Sciences PoStudents at the Gala ©Sciences Po

This year's end-of-year Gala organised by the Sciences Po Student Bureau (one of the main student student associations on campus) was held at the Pavillon Cambon Capucines in Paris. Graduating students of all Master's programmes united to dine, dance and celebrate in the beautiful venue. A few students reflect on their journeys at Sciences Po and what is to come next in this video.

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