Call For Grad Student Papers: Amman Security Challenge | Submit by March 26

The Arab Institute for Security Studies and its partners are pleased to announce the launch of the second cycle of the “Amman Security Challenge”. The Amman Security Challenge aims to facilitate the engagement and contribution of youth, and young professionals in security and strategic issues. The competition aims to empower a next generation of leaders capable of positively contributing to the security and non proliferation debate. The Amman Security Challenge welcomes written contributions on one (or a combination) of the following tracks (roughly 2000 to 2500 words): – Non-Proliferation of…

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Call for Student Papers: Norman Paterson School Review of International Affairs

The Norman Paterson School of International Affairs is pleased to announce that we are now accepting papers for our 2020 edition of the Paterson Review. This Issue of the Paterson Review of International Affairs aims to bring together an interdisciplinary collection of papers from graduate students of international affairs that explore how to unpack and make sense of this shifting geopolitical landscape. We are particularly interested in papers that cultivate dialogue between various disciplines as this presents opportunities to better understand the current moment. Guidelines for submissions To apply, please submit a 250-word abstract…

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International Student Summit on Climate Change in Quebec City

In July 2020, Université Laval (in Quebec, Canada) will host an International Student Summit on Climate. A world first, the UniC2020 Summit will bring together for four days some 300 young students and graduates from around the world, selected for their commitment towards climate action. In addition to the sharing and networking aspects at the Summit, participants will have the opportunity to collaborate through concrete initiatives via the upcoming International Student Climate Network. Each participant will be granted 5 nights of accommodations and most meals during the summit will be covered.…

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Ivan Allen College of Liberal Arts Graduate Student Conference

In association with the Career Research and Innovation Development Conference (CRIDC) Sponsored by the Graduate Student Government Association Who can attend the conferences? All faculty, staff, and students at Georgia Tech and guests are welcome to attend the IAC Graduate Student Paper Conference on January 31, 2020, and the CRIDC sessions on January 27-28, 2020. What is the format for the January 31st IAC Graduate Student Conference? Presentations (based on abstracts submitted by December 3rd), will be scheduled by the Ivan Allen College Graduate Student Advisory Board as papers on panels OR…

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Walsh Exchange, Georgetown University Walsh School of Foreign Service

Nunn School students are invited to apply to present at the Ninth Annual Walsh Exchange. Sponsored by the Dean’s Office of Georgetown University’s School of Foreign Service, the Walsh Exchange are the United States’ premier conference for undergraduate research in the field of international relations. On April 3 – 4, 2020, students from across the world will come to Washington D.C. to present their original research to panels of academics and professionals.  The application closes January 20, 2020 (MLK Day) at 11:59pm. Interested students should apply at bit.ly/applywalshex. We look…

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PPIA Service Weekend – Apply by June 20

Undergraduate sophomores and rising juniors are invited to apply to Carnegie Mellon University’s Public Service Weekend, “Leadership in the Age of Smart Cities: How Data and Technology Impacts Equity in our Communities.” Applications are due on June 20th! Carnegie Mellon University’s Public Service Weekend is designed to provide participants with the opportunity to learn about potential careers in public policy, network with students and professionals in the DC area, and explore ways in which technology can help make communities more sustainable, efficient, and equitable. Learn more and apply here: https://ppiaprogram.org/cmu-psw/

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JQAS Leadership Conference – July 2019

The John Quincy Adams Society (JQAS) is a nonpartisan, national network of student and professional groups focused on advancing a new generation of national security leaders – women and men who can shape a responsible and restrained foreign policy. Through our campus chapters and our professional network in Washington, we work to help these future leaders grow intellectually and professionally. As such, JQAS is holding a student leadership conference this summer in Washington, D.C. The conference is built to empower students to drive foreign policy conversations on their campus, deepen…

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2020 IAEA International Essay Competition on Nuclear Security

Students and professionals below the age of 35 can now submit entries to the IAEA’s 2020 International Essay Competition on Nuclear Security for Students and Early Career Professionals in cooperation with the International Nuclear Security Education Network (INSEN). The essays can be submitted in any of the official IAEA languages (Arabic, Chinese, English, French, Russian, and Spanish). Please refer to the Announcement for details. Competition Rules Submission deadline: Friday, 6 September 2019, at 11:59 p.m., Vienna Time (CET) • Length: Up to 1,000 words • Format: Word document, submission by…

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STRATCOMM Deterrence symposium 2019

The USSTRATCOM Deterrence Symposium will be held at the La Vista Conference Center in Omaha, NE, 31 July-1 August 2019. This event provides an excellent opportunity to engage deterrence experts from government, academia, industry, and international participants. As in previous years, we anticipate over 700 U.S. and international participants. As part of the Deterrence Symposium, there are two opportunities you may submit to: – General Larry D. Welch Writing Award (submission due date extended to 21 May 2019) – Poster Presentation (submission date 21 June 2019) Information papers for both…

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PPIA Announces Summer 2019 Conferences for Undergraduates – Public Service Weekends

PPIA’s mission and overall focus are to increase the participation and inclusion of traditionally underrepresented groups at the highest level of public sector leadership. PPIA’s vision focuses on creating a new generation of diverse students to enter graduate programs and pursue careers in public service. PPIA is thrilled to continue hosting Public Service Weekends in 2019 to introduce more students to the broad range of opportunities available in the field of public service. 2019 Summer Conferences: Social Equity and Public Policy Analysis Virginia Commonwealth University – L. Douglas Wilder School of…

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