Submit Your Work to the Southern California International Review

The Southern California International Review (SCIR) is a global undergraduate international studies journal. Edited and managed by undergraduate students at the University of Southern California, the SCIR seeks academic-level research from undergraduates around the world.  Article topics published in the review range from economic and political issues to cultural and social themes.  Each semester the Review evaluates submissions and selects up to five full-length works to be printed in the journal and displayed in the online edition. The works selected have the opportunity to be seen by the International Affairs…

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INFORMATION SESSION: Schwartzman and Yenching Fellowships

Schwartzman Scholars The Schwartzman Scholars program offers a one-year Master’s degree in Global Studies at Tsinghua University in Beijing, China. The core curriculum offers Scholars insight into China’s role in the global economy, and global affairs. Scholars will also have the choice to take elective courses to deepen their understanding of the three pillars of the curriculum: China, Leadership, and Global Affairs. Through the capstone, and deep-dive projects, students will also be able to broaden their professional networks. All courses will be taught in English, but study of Chinese is…

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University of Michigan Future Public Health Leaders Program | Apply by January 31, 2021

University of Michigan Future Public Health Leaders Program (Michigan FPHLP) is currently accepting applications for Summer 2021! The Michigan FPHLP 2021 Application is open until January 31, 2021 at 11:59pm EST. Michigan FPHLP is a 10-week summer program for underrepresented college students and recent graduates who are looking for a meaningful introduction to public health. Our program is a cooperative agreement with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) Office of Minority Health and Health Equity (OMHHE) to address the shortage of diversity in the public health workforce. Applicants do not need prior public health experience…

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Become an Undergraduate Research Ambassador! | Apply by October 26

The Undergraduate Research Ambassadors (URA) are a group of dedicated and distinguished undergraduate students who are committed to providing mentorship by helping students find research opportunities, improve communication skills, and gain access to valuable resources for undergraduate research at Georgia Tech. URA also provides its members with a network of support within the research community, social activities, and connections to our growing group of alumni.  If you are passionate about research and want to help other students find opportunities and improve their research skills, apply to be a Research Ambassador! Apply…

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2020 Global Research and Internship Program Expo | October 12-16

Join us for the annual Georgia Tech GRIP Expo, October 12-16. Take part in virtual info sessions with international employers, hear from former GRIP students, and meet with advisors! More information and a detailed schedule will be released soon! Visit grip.oie.gatech.edu for up-to-date information on the Expo.

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John McCain Dissertation Award | Apply by December 1

The John McCain Dissertation Award is awarded annually to up to two outstanding doctoral dissertations dealing with an aspect of transatlantic relations. It consists of several components, including participation in Munich Security Conference events and activities, and a prize sum of up to 10,000 euros. The prize giving ceremony will take place in Munich on February 19, 2021, in the presence of Cindy McCain and selected high-ranking MSC participants. For more information about the nomination process, click here.

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CACP GRA and URA position

2020/2021 Academic Year Graduate Research Assistant (GRA) and Undergraduate Research Assistant (URA) The Center for Advanced Communications Policy (CACP) is seeking a self-motivated, critical thinker/problem solver, graduate or advanced undergraduate student to serve as a GRA or URA. The social impacts of advanced technologies is a focus of CACP with a particular emphasis on wireless and next-generation technologies’ impact on the lives of people with disabilities. Other research areas include employment opportunities and outcomes for people with disabilities, broadening participation in STEM education, and disaster communications and response. The research…

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Marcellus Policy Fellowship

The John Quincy Adams Society announces a new remote program for students we’ve developed called the Marcellus Policy Fellowship. It’s a program with a small cohort of 8-10 fellows per class, and it may be of interest to some of your top students. The Society will select 8-10 Fellows for our inaugural Fall 2020 cohort. The Fellowship is open to current students (graduate and undergraduate) as well as those with 0-1 year of employment in the foreign policy space. (Internships and paid internships do not count against the one year…

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Research Associates, Center for Global Security Research, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory

The Center for Global Security Research, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory is now accepting applications for fall/winter 2020 student research associate internships.  Not surprisingly, these internships will be completely remote this year.  Our internships for fall/winter are only open to currently enrolled students. For more than 60 years, the Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory (LLNL) has applied science and technology to make the world a safer place. The Center for Global Security Research (CGSR) was established at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory (LLNL) in 1996 to bring together experts from the science, technology,…

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