Every edition of the Josef Korbel School of International Studies provides illuminating looks into the lives of students whose lives have been changed as a result of their education here. Download a copy of the April 2010 edition of the Josef Korbel School alumni newsletter here. The edition focuses on amazing stories about some of these graduates including:
- Five Josef Korbel School alumni working at Water For People, a Denver-based nonprofit supporting the development of sustainable drinking-water resources.
- International Affairs graduate Dana Beegun's (MA '97) harrowing story of survival in the Haitian earthquake
- A celebration in New York City for Josef Korbel School alumni and friends celebrating the naming of the school in honor of Josef Korbel, which included Korbel's daughter, Madeleine Albright, former U.S. secretary of state.
- A replication of the story first published on this web site about the vital link provided in the aftermath of the Haiti earthquake by a nonprofit organization founded by Josef Korbel School MA candidate Karen Ashmore.
- An interview with Josef Korbel School Ph.D. candidate Figaro Joseph, a native of Haiti, about his country's recovery from the disaster.
- A story about the Founder's Day Gala honoring Josef Korbel School alumni Army Chief of Staff Gen. George Casey and former Ambassador to the African Union Cindy Courville.
- A story about efforts to expand the reach and influence of the Josef Korbel School alumni group based in Washington, D.C.