The Journal of Undergraduate International Studies at the University of Wisconsin-Madison is currently accepting submissions for its Spring 2014 issue. The journal seeks to publish the world’s premier undergraduate work related to international themes and topics including, but not limited to: international conflict and conflict resolution, human rights, environmental issues, history, culture, comparative politics, economics, development and… Continue reading The Journal of Undergraduate International Studies Accepting Spring 2014 Submissions
Commencement News – Summer Degree Candidates Interested in Attending Spring Commencement
Summer 2014 Degree Candidates Interested in Attending Spring Commencement Undergraduate students who have two or fewer classes remaining to complete degree requirements after the Spring 2014 term will be eligible to request participation in the spring ceremony. Undergraduates must have a 2.0 minimum GPA. Extenuating personal and family circumstances or issues related to the proximity… Continue reading Commencement News – Summer Degree Candidates Interested in Attending Spring Commencement
Community Foundation of Greater Atlanta 2014 Summer Fellowships
The Community Foundation for Greater Atlanta invites interested undergraduate students to apply for the 2014 Community Foundation for Greater Atlanta Summer Fellowship. The fellowship is an opportunity for a current student (rising sophomore, junior or senior) to gain a comprehensive understanding of the role of a community foundation through exposure to many aspects of the… Continue reading Community Foundation of Greater Atlanta 2014 Summer Fellowships
Introducing Will White, SGA Rep 2013-14
Hello fellow Sam Nunn students! My name is Will White, and I will be your SGA UHR representative for the upcoming year. I am a second year International Affairs student from Columbus, Georgia. My main goal during my tenure as INTA representative will be to help you have your voices heard on issues that matter… Continue reading Introducing Will White, SGA Rep 2013-14
Need Academic Help?
Success Summit The Success Summit targets students from all classes and majors who are on probation. This event, scheduled for the afternoon of January 10, will help students to identify academic goals for the semester, anticipate possible impediments, and develop strategies to help them succeed. The Summit will include interactive workshops and panels on topics… Continue reading Need Academic Help?
Summer PURA deadline – February 28, 2014
President’s Undergraduate Research Awards (PURA) offer $1500 (max) salary awards to undergraduate students conducting research who are being mentored by a faculty member or GTRI scientist. Also, students whose research has been accepted for presentation at a professional conference may apply for up to $1000 in travel funds. Either faculty or students can initiate projects,… Continue reading Summer PURA deadline – February 28, 2014
CACP BreakThru Virtual Mentoring in STEM
Georgia Tech and the University of Georgia have developed BreakThru, an NSF-sponsored virtual mentoring community to provide students with support in STEM subjects. BreakThru pairs students who may have learning difficulties or who are struggling with STEM coursework with mentors drawn from college faculty, K-12 teachers, and industry. It uses the virtual world Second Life… Continue reading CACP BreakThru Virtual Mentoring in STEM
Athletic Assocation Peer Tutors Needed – Spring 2014
It’s that time of year again for us to reach out for your assistance as we continue the search for peer tutors for the Athletic Association. Both undergraduate and graduate students can learn more about the position & apply on our website here: http://www.studentathlete.gatech.edu/peer-tutors. Tutors Needed in the following subjects – Spring 2014 (asterisks* indicate… Continue reading Athletic Assocation Peer Tutors Needed – Spring 2014
Legislative Internship and Job Opportunities – Spring 2014
The Office of Government and Community Relations is helping to field candidates for several internship opportunities at the Georgia State Capitol this spring (last minute requests from several offices we work with down there). Additionally, they are hoping to hire a student assistant in their office starting at the beginning of the semester, for 10-12… Continue reading Legislative Internship and Job Opportunities – Spring 2014
Congratulations IP Graduates!
It is our pleasure to present to you the Fall 2013 International Plan graduating class. This group includes INTA major, Taylor McDowell. They have had diverse international experiences, having studied, worked, or conducted research abroad across Asia, Europe, and Latin America. Congratulations to these graduates, and best of luck in your future endeavors!