Atlanta Global Studies Center Spring 2023 Global Career Series | March 27-31, 2023

Spring 2023 Global Career Series March 27-31, 2023 1-2pm (Eastern) on Zoom Learn about careers, internships, and volunteer opportunities in globally-connected organizations, government agencies, and the private sector. Speakers will share insights and advice about starting a career in global fields. Panels include speakers from the U.S. Department of State, the U.S. Department of Commerce, the Peace Corps,  local and international NGOs, and more. Sessions will take place daily on Zoom from 1-2pm EST. Monday, March 27: U.S. Foreign Affairs Abroad U.S. Department of State Peace Corps USAID (U.S. Agency for…

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Atlanta Undergraduate Nuclear Security Workshop – Call for Applications

Atlanta Undergraduate Nuclear Security Workshop – Call for Applications The Truman Center for National Policy, in partnership with the Atlanta Global Studies Center, is hosting a workshop on nuclear policy for junior and senior undergraduates at colleges and universities in the Atlanta area as part of a project to diversify the nuclear security practitioner pipeline. As such, we are looking for students, particularly women, people of color, and LGBTQ+ students, to apply for this two-day workshop on nuclear policy issues such as deterrence, nonproliferation, and energy at the Atlanta Global…

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2023 Nunn School Career Visit to Washington, DC – March 2-3, 2023

We are now accepting applications for participation in the annual Nunn School Career Visit to Washington, DC. This event will be held on March 2nd and 3rd, 2023. The trip will consist of a site visit to a DC area employer in the international affairs field, a briefing at the Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS), and an alumni reception; participants will schedule their informational interviews with alumni to be completed over the weekend in DC. This year’s site visit will be to the Nuclear Threat Initiative. The Nunn School will…

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From Study Abroad to the State Department: How Developing Global Perspectives Supports U.S. Foreign Policy

You’re Invited! From Study Abroad to the State Department: How Developing Global Perspectives Supports U.S. Foreign Policy Friday, November 18, 2pm ET USA Study Abroad, part of the U.S. Department of State’s Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs (ECA), is pleased to invite you to attend a special two-hour webinar featuring an interview with Secretary of State Antony Blinken exploring how U.S. diplomatic work impacts the lives of the American people and how studying abroad furthers the State Department’s foreign policy mission. We encourage you to share this event widely…

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Alexander Hamilton Society event, Nov. 10

The Alexander Hamilton Society at Georgia Tech is honored to host Roger Zakheim for a discussion on military automation and its role in US foreign policy on November 10th at 6pm. We are excited to invite all students to attend the discussion and interact with the speaker. Free dinner will be provided by Chick-fil-A for all attendees. The Alexander Hamilton Society is a foreign policy organization that seeks to foster productive debate and instill the ideals of strong leadership and principled foreign policy into America’s future leaders. We are a…

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Nonproliferation and Counterterrorism Studies Event – IEWeek 2022

Join us to learn more about opportunities in International Affairs during International Education Week 2022! On Wednesday, November 16th  from 12noon-2pm, Nomsa Ndongwe, a representative from the Middlebury Institute of International Studies will be on campus to share information about opportunities for research and study opportunities in the field of nonproliferation and counterterrorism studies. Nomsa Ndongwe is a Research Associate at the James Martin Center for Nonproliferation Studies. She is a Co-founder of the WCAPS West Coast Chapter, and an N-Square Innovators Network Fellow 2020 – 2021. As of January 2022, she co-leads the CNS…

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SGA Government Relations Senator Halpern Visit

The SGA Government Relations committee has asked Senator Sonya Halpern, who represents the 39th district of Georgia, to come speak to Georgia Tech Students. Senator Halpern co-chairs the City of Atlanta Delegation and the Fulton County Delegation. She will be speaking on civic engagement and there will be an opportunity for students to ask questions. Senator Halpern will be coming to campus on Tuesday, October 25th at 5:00 pm and will be speaking in the Love Atrium. For additional information contact: Janey Graves SGA Chair Government Relations jgraves44@gatech.edu

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Leaders, Preventive War, and Nuclear Proliferation

You are invited to join Dr. Whitlark at her upcoming lecture, “Leaders, Preventive War, and Nuclear Proliferation,” on Thursday, October 20th from 3 – 4 pm ET and the reception/information session about the new graduate certificate in emerging technologies and proliferation following the lecture from 4 – 5 pm ET. Location: MRDC 4211 Free food! See the attached flyer for information and RSVP at: https://gatech.co1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_9WWNQt60irkdgFg

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Pizza, Policy, and International Affairs: Lt. Gen. Nina Armagno

The Sam Nunn School of International Affairs invites you to Pizza, Policy, and International Affairs with Lt. Gen. Nina Armagno this Thursday, September 8th! This event will give students the chance to engage in informal discussion Lt. Gen. Nina Armagno, the Director of Staff for the U.S. Space Force. Lt. Gen. Armagno is the first woman General Officer commissioned in the U.S. Space Force, and she synchronizes policy, plans, positions, procedures, and cross functional issues for the U.S. Space Force headquarters staff. The event will take place in the Hall…

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