Devex Webinar on Job Hunting in Global Development

In grad school? What to do NOW to get job ready! A Devex University Webinar As a graduate student, it’s never too early to start planning your post-graduation job hunt. Join Devex Executive Vice President, Kate Warren, on Thursday, February 28, at 12 pm EST, for a digital discussion full of strategies on how to nurture your network to get a foot in the door and leverage your internship & volunteer experiences on your upcoming applications. Warren will also walk through a checklist you can start working on now to…

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Pre-Law Institute, Fordham University – New York, NY

July 2 – August 6, 2019 Lincoln Center Get a head start and learn what it takes to succeed in law school by attending Fordham’s Pre-Law Institute. The Pre-Law Institute will expose you to the rigors of law school while you experience the Big Apple. Classes are taught by Fordham Law School faculty, who will introduce the Socratic method of teaching that is common in legal education. Topics include Introduction to the U.S. Legal System, Constitutional Law, Legislation/Regulation, Foundations of Private Law, Criminal Law and Procedure, Civil Procedure and Litigation, Legal…

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Prestigious Fellowships Information Sessions – Feb 19 & 20

Prestigious Fellowships invites high achieving students of all majors to two upcoming information sessions: Join us to learn more about the Knight-Hennessy Scholars Program, which fully funds a graduate or professional degree at Stanford! The Dean of Admissions for the Knight-Hennessy will be our special guest to lead the session and answer your questions about the program.  GT Fellowships Advising will also explain how we can help you prepare your application. Knight-Hennessy Information Session Tuesday, February 19 7:30-8:30 pm Student Center Theater UK and Ireland Fellowships Info Session The Rhodes, Marshall,…

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Nuclear Nonproliferation, Safeguards, and Security Course, Brookhaven National Laboratory – Upton, NY

Motivation This summer course is designed to give students a sound understanding of the framework created by the international community to address the threats of nuclear proliferation and nuclear terrorism. The focus is on the central element of this regime, the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty (NPT) and its verification mechanism, the IAEA safeguards system. The course presents students with critical assessments of current nonproliferation issues, confronts them with the hard choices needed to address them, and provides in-depth analysis of the technical and legal framework needed to assess policy options. Exercises…

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Call for Student Papers: Journal of Public and International Affairs

The Journal of Public and International Affairs, now entering its 30th year, is an academic journal publishing the exceptional work of graduate students in U.S. domestic policy, international relations, development studies, and economic policy. Graduate and professional students from APSIA members and affiliates are encouraged to submit policy papers and articles on contemporary issues. JPIA seeks pieces that are not only outstanding in their research quality but also include specific policy recommendations. You must be currently enrolled as a student at an APSIA member school or affiliate. Contributions must be…

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Public Policy Boot Camp, Hoover Institution at Stanford

The Hoover Institution at Stanford University is hosting a one-week public policy boot camp from August 18-24, 2019. This program, which covers the essentials of today’s national and international public policy landscape, will instruct college students and recent graduates in the economic, political, and social aspects of US public policy. Topics are chosen based on their immediate relevance to today’s public policy challenges, meaning that students will focus on developing and applying critical reasoning skills to public policy formation. They will also have a unique opportunity to interact with the faculty of Stanford University’s…

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Scholarships/Fellowships for Language and International Study

With funding from the U.S. Department of Education’s Title VI Program, applications are now being accepted for Foreign Languages and Area Studies Fellowships (FLAS), available for undergraduate and graduate language learning in summer 2019 or AY 2019-20. FLAS fellowships can be used for most of the School of Modern Language’s faculty-led programs in Summer 2019 and for the MS-GMC and MS-ALIS in 2019-2020, as well as other Georgia Tech graduate programs in areas related to International Studies. Information sessions: Georgia Tech: November 27, 11am to 12noon in 115 Swann January…

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Woodruff, Whitehead, and Evans Fellowship Information Session

Woodruff, Whitehead, and Evans Fellowship Thursday, November 8, 2018 3:30 PM – 4:30 PM  Bill Moore Student Success Center President’s Suite A  Interested in work in the nonprofit and philanthropic sectors? This fellowship includes a competitive salary and benefits!   Questions?  Contact: kathryn.meehan.quinto@gatech.edu

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