Recruiting Residents for Women, Science, and Technology (WST) Learning Community: Spring 2018 and 2018-19

Undergraduate women students interested in living in Stein or Goldin in 2018-19 should complete the application at the link below: The Georgia Tech Center for Women, Science, and Technology (WST) seeks women leaders to join the 2018-19 Women, Science, and Technology Learning Community. Georgia Tech’s first living-learning community (founded fall 2000), the WST Learning Community invites female undergraduates in any major to apply for rooms in Stein House and Goldin House (4th St. A & B). An application and a full description of the program appear at https://wst.gatech.edu/wst-learning-community/application. The WST…

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Nunn School Pairing Program

*This is a Nunn School student-run program of the International Affairs Student Organization (IASO). If you have any questions or want more information, contact Evan Long at 770-851-7686 or evanivlong@gmail.com.*   If you are an incoming Summer or Fall 2017 Freshman: We invite you to participate in the inaugural year of the Sam Nunn Pairing Program. In this program, you will be matched with a current student in your major (INTA/EIA/IAML) that you will have the opportunity to sit down with at least twice in the Fall semester. Through the…

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First Annual Project One Film Scramble

“The Center for Academic Enrichment is excited to announce the First Annual Project One Film Scramble! The Project One Film Scramble is a timed filmmaking competition in which Georgia Tech undergraduates are challenged to create short films-from concept to completion about resilience in one fast-paced, caffeine-fueled weekend. Films must be 3 minutes or less, and can be any genre- science fiction, horror, romance, comedy, documentary- as long as the theme of the film is “resilience.” All participants will also need to include an assigned line of dialogue and prop in…

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2017 Ideas to Serve Competition Workshop

About Ideas to Serve “I2S is primarily a competition of ideas where creativity, imagination, and technology are applied to solving social and/or environmental problems. The competition is for current Georgia Tech students and recent alumni who have early stage product/service ideas or venture concepts that are geared towards creating a better world through students who Dare to Care. Entries might focus on reducing poverty, alleviating hunger, promoting health and wellness, improving air and water quality, reducing of the rate of depletion of natural resources, or developing alternate sources of energy…just…

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France Alumni USA Launch Party

“Did you study in France or are you planning on it? Come and join us for the France ALUMNI USA Launch Party in the lobby of Georgia Tech’s Ferst Center on Tuesday, March 28, 2017! What is France ALUMNI USA? This interactive network is dedicated to bringing together students & young professionals with a shared experience in France. It’s a great way to join a community, look for new career opportunities or simply connect with other alumni! Sign up today on www.usa.francealumni.fr! Why Should You Attend? Celebrate French culture (and…

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AIESEC Volunteer and Internship Opportunities

AIESEC Global Talent & Global Volunteer Programs Go abroad this summer to countries such as China and Argentina to intern for companies and volunteer in challenging new environments! Apply today at aiesecus.org/apply. Learn more about global internship opportunities athttp://aiesec.org/students/intern-abroad/! Learn more about volunteer opportunities athttp://aiesec.org/students/volunteer-abroad/!

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TEDxGeorgiaTech Student Speaker Salon

“Join us Monday, March 6th from 7-9PM in the Georgia Tech Student Center Ballroom for the annual TEDxGeorgiaTech Student Speaker Salon! A “salon” is like a shorter, smaller TEDx conference – but with the same level of HYPE and exceptional #ideasworthspreading. This year, TEDxGeorgiaTech’s Student Speaker Salon will feature 4 current GT students: Priyesh Dimitri Perera: “Waking up to the post-truth era” Kendall Rankin: “A womanist’s world” Kamesh Darisipudi: “Why I used to hate roll call” Seth Radman: “Why success is uncomfortable” Tickets for this event can be purchased for $5 ahead-of-time at TEDxGeorgiaTech.com, or $7…

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CALL FOR PAPERS: Sigma Iota Rho 2nd Annual Student Research Conference in International Relations

Sigma Iota Rho presents its 2nd Annual Student Research Conference in International Relations in conjunction with the University of Pennsylvania’s International Relations Program.  The Conference will be held at the Perry World House at the University of Pennsylvania on April 7, 2017. SIR’s 2nd Research Conference is organized around regional and subject matter panels, featuring career development briefings, networking opportunities, and a keynote address by Dominic Tierney, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Political Science at Swarthmore College and author of The Right Way to Lose a War: America in the Age…

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