Harvard Law School Junior Deferral Program

Junior Deferral Program: Application Depending on where your students are in their journey to law school, they may be interested in applying for the Junior Deferral Program (JDP). JDP is a great option for students who are certain that they would like to earn a J.D. at HLS and who are scheduled to graduate from college in spring 2021. As we announced last year, we are reducing applications costs for JDP. HLS has eliminated our JDP application fee, and applicants will be able to apply to the program free of charge directly…

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UK Fellowships Info Session | March 5

Thursday March 5 | 11:00-12:00 President Suites Bill Moore Student Success Center Students will hear about the Rhodes Scholarship that will fund a graduate degree program at Oxford for 1-3 years, the Marshall Scholarship for study at any university in the UK for 1-2 years, the Mitchell Scholarship for study in Ireland for 1 year, or the Churchill Scholarship to study at Cambridge for 1 year (STEM fields only). These awards are extremely prestigious and competitive. Criteria for applying include a minimum GPA of 3.75, possessing outstanding intellect and character,…

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Fullbright Info Session | March 3

An Info Session about Fulbright awards to study, do research or teach English in more than 150 countries around the world will be presented on Tuesday March 3 from 11-12 in the Bill Moore Student Success Center. Awards provide full funding for one year. A webinar on Fulbright will cover the same information. It will be held on Tuesday March 3 from 5-6:00 p.m. and can be accessed through the link below. Fullbright Webinar

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Pre-Law Student Organization Info Sessions

The newly re-activated Georgia Tech chapter of Phi Alpha Delta, a pre-law student organization, has UPDATED the time and locations of the information sessions. The new times are as follows: February 27th: 7-8 pm at Skiles Rm. 271 March 5th: 7-8 pm at Skiles Rm. 271 Please plan to attend if you’re interested in getting involved

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Schwarzman Scholarship Webinar | February 20

The Schwarzman Scholarship seeks future world leaders to participate in a one-year Master’s degree program in Beijing, China. Scholars will be selected based on intellectual ability, leadership potential, entrepreneurial spirit, exemplary character, and a strong desire to understand other cultures, perspectives, and positions. English is the language of instruction for all classes. Schwarzman scholars pursue a Masters in Global Affairs, working with an academic advisor to design an academic plan that best suits their academic and professional goals. The webinar information is below: Schwarzman Scholarship Webinar on Thursday February 20…

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Technology and the Future of Work: How AI and Big Data are Changing the Job Market | March 6

Beth Simone Noveck Fri March 6, 3pm-4:30pm In Klaus, Room 2447  “Technology and the Future of Work: How AI and Big Data are Changing the Job Market” In this conversation, former White House staffer Prof. Noveck explores the relationship between new technologies — including automation and robotics, big data and AI and the technologies of collective intelligence — and work. We’ll look at the impact that advances in these technologies are having across industries, and the ways in which they are transforming the availability, conditions, and meaning of work, in…

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U.S. Space Force: A Discussion with General John Raymond | February 24

Join us as the Sam Nunn School of International Affairs, the Center for International Strategy, Technology, and Policy, the School of Aerospace Engineering (CISTP), and the Center for Space Technology and Research (C-STAR) host General Raymond for a discussion on the U.S. Space Force. Gen. John W. “Jay” Raymond assumed the duties as the first Chief of Space Operations, United States Space Force, Dec. 20, 2019; and Commander, United States Space Command, Aug. 29, 2019. U.S. Space Force is responsible for providing resilient, defendable and affordable space capabilities for the…

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Tech, Innovation, and Cybersecurity: A Conversation on Leadership with Georgia Tech Alum Mojgan Lefebvre | March 2

Georgia Tech College of Computing Alumna Mojgan Lefebvre returns to campus on Monday, March 2 for an evening exploring technology, innovation and cybersecurity in today’s business world. Lefebvre, who completed her undergraduate studies in computer science, currently serves as Executive Vice President and Chief Technology & Operations Officer at Travelers, a Dow 30 company and a leader in property casualty insurance. Join us for this dinner program as we learn about her career path from undergrad to the C-suite and explore the forward-looking technology trends that are shaping the business…

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