- Danièle Hervieu-Léger ©DR
On 17 February, Sciences Po's Acting President Bénédicte Durand announced the creation of a commission focusing on the fight against gender-based and sexual violence in our institution. The commission consists of twenty members, including representatives of the student, faculty and employee communities. It will submit its conclusions in early May, after two months of work. Its President, sociologist Danièle Hervieu-Léger, explains its mission and objectives.
- Brexit: changes from the 1st January 2021 ©Rawpixel.com/Shutterstock
The United Kingdom's exit from the European Union has resulted in many changes. Have a look at what changes after Brexit.
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- (From left to right) Leon, Gia, Tom, Fran, and Tallie after a team meeting
In the first week of October 2019, five Master level students at Sciences Po met at the crowded student-filled bar around the corner from campus to discuss their projet collectif, an eight-month intensive project with the World Bank and its Energy Sector Management Assistance Program (ESMAP). The topic was centered around “clean cooking,” a concept that first produced blank stares among us but would soon become a subject of expertise and even greater passion.
- Ubique, Dual Campus Life
Get acquainted and build relationships, exchange with other like-minded students, campaign for a cause and share in key moments, become a volunteer… there are a thousand and one good reasons and a thousand and one ways to participate in campus life, whether we're together or whether we are experiencing it online.
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In order to ensure the pedagogical continuity of your learning, you will have access to a new web-conference service called Zoom. You will be invited by your teachers to join your classes remotely, and you will also be able to create your own meetings for study and group work. You can also use this service to contact your families and thus keep a social link with your loved ones, friends, etc.
- Create your spheres on Whaller! ©Sandrine Gaudin / Shutterstock
What is Whaller?
Whaller is a watertight social network that respects your personal data. It was created in France in February 2014 by the entrepreneur Thomas Fauré.
- Inaugural Lecture on the Reims Campus © Thomas Arrivé /Sciences Po
Welcome new and welcome back, Sciences Po students! Despite an unprecedented and peculiar global context, our 2020 Back-to-School programme of inaugural lectures - which are, for many, open to the general public - promises to set you on the right track to begin an inspiring, fulfilling, and challenging academic year.
- A student in the library post-lockdown @Caroline Maufroid/ Sciences Po
The 2019/2020 academic year has come to an end, and our students have experienced a semester unlike any other. What takeaways can we draw from this unprecedented period? How did this hurried switchover go over for students and teachers? The verdict that we are able to draw today shows a successful adjustment for the vast majority and provides useful lessons for the upcoming semester.
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After a successful online spring 2020 semester despite an unprecedented emergency context, the start of the 2020/2021 academic year will allow all of our students to embark on a new year at Sciences Po in a safe and serene manner. With both physical campuses and an all-new digital campus available to them, courses have been redesigned to best suit all students.
- Photo of Zina Akrout / Copyright Zina Akrout
Zina Akrout is a graduate student in the Master’s of Public Policy at the School of Public Affairs and has been awarded the Max Lazard Prize to carry out her project “Berbers of Tunisia”. Interview on her journey so far, distinctive for her unbounded curiosity and in its strong international dimension.