Reporter covering higher education for the Grade Point blog Education: Brown University, BS in psychology; Columbia University, MS in journalism Susan Svrluga is a reporter covering higher education for The Washington Post's Grade Point blog. Before that, she covered education and local news at The Post. Earlier in her career, she was a features writer and congressional reporter for the News & Observer in North Carolina and a state house reporter in Maine for the Bangor Daily News. Languages spoken in addition to English: French, German, Spanish
At a time when cascading events are making some students feel helpless, and when isolation can be overwhelming, a class at Georgetown University Law Center highlights people who effected important change, with an emphasis on community, social impact and the common good.
The Johns Hopkins University School of Advanced International Studies graduate program has switched up its plans this fall to allow students from its campuses in China and the United States to attend classes at the only Johns Hopkins site that is not online-only, in Italy. Some professors from China have also joined the Bologna campus to teach in person.