Coffee Hour with Egon Zehnder – July 20

Egon Zehnder is kicking off the fall recruiting season with a coffee hour to meet candidates¬† on Thursday, July 20. Meet the recruiting team, including Nunn School alumnus, Noah Solomon, at the campus Highland Bakery, beginning at 2pm.¬† Learn more about the Seasonal Analyst positions at: http://intaadvising.gatech.edu/internships/26045/.      

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Temporary Undergraduate Research Assistant Position – Summer 2017

Undergraduate Research Assistant Position Available $10/hour 40 hour maximum Assistant professor of international affairs seeks a short-term research assistant for a very limited project for the end of summer 2017. Expectation is that the student will conduct a maximum of 40 hours of work assisting in course preparations for the fall semester. This will include subject matter research into nuclear proliferation, assistance with course materials, and modifications to the course T-Square site. Interest in the subject matter is preferred, but by no means required. Inquiries and applications (including a cover…

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Fall Internships in Foreign Policy & External Relations, Atlantic Council – Washington, DC

The Atlantic Council seeks over 40 talented and enthusiastic Interns for Fall 2017. ABOUT THE INTERNSHIP PROGRAM The successful candidates will have a passion for the work, an entrepreneurial ethos and a collegial spirit while also being effective communicators and enjoying the fast pace of learning and growing in an organization. Demonstrated interest in international affairs through class work and/or experience is strongly preferred. The Council takes pride in cultivating the future leaders of the transatlantic community. Our Internship program provides a pool of energetic young talent to the Council…

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New Course Offering: The Biology of Sex and Death (BIOL 1220)

Need another course for your first fall semester at Tech? The Biology of Sex and Death (BIOL) is a lab science that covers the applications of biology to things relevant to human health and the environment, and hits on key biological thinking along the way. The class is small and taught in a very interactive manner, with lots of hands of biological thinking to help you appreciate and practice science as a process. We cover how to interpret graphs, build in study strategies, and work on teams in class. BIOL…

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