Registration Info for Summer/Fall 2022 | Phase I

Dear Student, If you have a registration question, please thoroughly read all of the info below. If your question is not answered below, I will respond as soon as possible. Please note that I will only be addressing registration issues and will be available again for long-term academic planning and career/internship advice, as well as incoming major changes, beginning April 20. –APPOINTMENTS– If you’d like to make a virtual or in-person appointment, my availability is listed on the Advising Portal at http://advisor.gatech.edu. I have Drop-In Advising hours via BlueJeans or…

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Change of Major Information for Nunn School Students (Summer – Fall 2022)

If you wish to change out of one of our majors, meet with and obtain the signature of the new department/school first, and then follow the DocuSign process to have your form signed by Stephanie Jackson. If you wish to change into one of our majors,  appointments are available and forms will be signed until March 25, and again after April 15. Find out more about the process at: https://intaadvising.gatech.edu/faq/how-to-change-your-major/.  

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SID-Washington Career Fair 2022

Looking for employment or internship opportunities? ​Want to learn more about a career in international development? Interested in sharing your resume with some of the leading organizations in international development? Register as an attendee! The SID-Washington Career Fair provides an excellent way for entry- and mid-level job seekers to connect with international development organizations representing all sectors, including NGOs, for-profit companies, government agencies, the private sector, universities, and more. And for our Exhibitors and Sponsors, our Fairs attract some of the best and brightest candidates from all corners of the…

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The 39 hour rule

What is the 39-hour rule? The Georgia Tech Catalog states that students must complete 39 hours of upper-division (3000/4000-level courses) in the undergraduate degree.  This rule affects INTA majors the most, in that fifteen hours of the non-major cluster, free electives, language, HTS, or technical elective requirements must be upper-division (3000/4000-level coursework). See the infographic above or watch this short video below for additional detail on how it affects EIA, IAML, and INTA majors.          

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New Services from our Career Educators!

The GT Career Center has brought in new career educators to serve each college & school here at Georgia Tech. Ivan Allen College has been honored to welcome Camille Liverpool (cliverpool3@gatech.edu) and Kyle S. Poe (kyle.poe@gatech.edu) as our career educators. As such, they serve the educators and students of IAC through the following services: One-on-one career advising appointments Professional development workshops Drop-in hours Networking events Topics we can discuss with students: resume reviews, interviewing, job searching, etc. In addition to these services there are several important career events to take…

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Welcome from Dr. Stulberg – AY 2021-2022

  Dear Nunn School Students, Welcome to Fall ’21!! We at the Nunn School hope that this note finds you healthy and eager to resume your academic pursuits.  Needless to say, the past month or so has been very confusing, anxiety-ridden, and emotionally draining due to the COVID-Delta spike, complicating the smooth return to in-person education on campus as originally envisioned.  That said, as communicated by President Cabrera and other GT announcements, the campus is taking numerous precautions and mounting a concerted campaign to urge our community to be vigilant…

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Reimagining Latin(o) America in the Pandemic: Media, Culture, and Democracy – May 14-17, 2021

Polivision and the School of Modern Languages at Georgia Tech present “Reimagining Latin(o) America in the Pandemic: Media, Culture, and Democracy,” a series of video presentations/interviews with public intellectuals, journalists, politicians, and cultural producers of the region who have covered and/or addressed the crisis in their respective countries over the past year. The first group of presentations will be about Peru, on May 14-May 17, 2021.  After 200 years of its independence, Peru has recently experienced political instability, social turmoil and ideological polarization in the midst of the pandemic. The…

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Canceled – Career Talks: Cybersecurity & Intelligence | April 14

This event has been canceled. Join us for the final Career Talks of the semester! This week will we hear from Nunn School alumnus Lance Stubblefield (MSINTA) who has had a storied career in the national security field. Stubblefield has twenty years of federal experience in the U.S. government at the National Nuclear Security Administration, the Department of State, the Department of Homeland Security, and nearly a decade as an intelligence officer in the U.S. Army National Guard. If you are interested in career in intelligence and national security, this…

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Career Talks: NPAG – NonProfit Professionals Advisory Group | March 31

Alumnus Andres Marcuse-Gonzalez (BSINTA, MSIA) returns to speak with students about career opportunities with NPAG, the Nonprofit Professional Advisory Group. NPAG is an executive search firm that specializes in top-tier social sector talent strategy and search. Founded with a deep commitment to equity and inclusion, the firm partners with nonprofits and mission-driven organizations during times of organizational transition and growth. NPAG brings innovators and experts to the table to address our most persistent, complex societal challenges. Clients include best-in-class organizations spanning direct service, philanthropy, education, healthcare, policy and advocacy, research,…

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