UROP Spring Symposium and Awards, April 1, 2009 Just under two months until the 4th Annual Undergraduate Research Spring Symposium and Awards! Undergraduate researchers at Georgia Tech are encouraged to present their work at the symposium to be held at the student center. Poster and oral presentation opportunities will be available. We’ll also celebrate successes… Continue reading UROP Spring Symposium and Awards
Laura W. Bush Traveling Fellowship
Laura W. Bush Traveling Fellowship Background: The fellowship will help fund a proposal designed by the applicant to conduct brief work in a foreign country related to the mandate of UNESCO – using education, natural sciences, social and human sciences, culture, and/or communication and information to build strong ties among nations. The fellowship is intended… Continue reading Laura W. Bush Traveling Fellowship
International Plan Meets the I-House
Date: Thursday, February 12, 2009 Time: 6:30 PM – 8:00 PM Location: 4th Street Apts., on Techwood It’s a pizza party at the I-House (4th Street Apartments on Techwood) on Thursday, February 12 from 6:30 pm to 8:00 pm, and a chance to learn more about the countries and universities where you will spend your… Continue reading International Plan Meets the I-House
President’s Undergraduate Research Award (PURA) Information Session and Proposal Triage
Join us as we discuss the application procedure for the President’s Undergraduate Research Award (PURA). We’ll cover eligibility, proposal writing, and the application procedure. Students may wish to come with a draft proposal to obtain brief feedback.
International Leadership Training – Call for Applicants
The UNESCO Chair & Institute of Comparative Human Rights at the University of Connecticut invites applications for the fifth annual International Leadership Programme: A Global Intergenerational Forum, to be held August 1 – 9, 2009 in Storrs, Connecticut.
How to Change Your Major
Changing to INTA/IAML: Download the form from the Registrar’s website. If you are changing into INTA/IAML/EIA, please obtain the appropriate signatures from your current major advisor(s). Make an appointment to see the INTA Advisor to review the curriculum and program regulations. If additional signatures are needed, the INTA Advisor will notify you which advisor to… Continue reading How to Change Your Major
So you want to graduate? You have to complete a Degree Petition!
During the semester prior to the graduation semester, INTA and IAML students must meet with their advisor(s) to complete the degree petition, which notifies the registrar that the student is preparing to graduate. EIA students will meet with the School of Economics. Find out the process on the INTA website.
Internship Spotlight – Peter Hylton (SPRING 2009)
Peter Hylton, IAML 2008, has traveled to over 20 countries on four continents. His interest in cultures and travel abroad led him to an internship with the US Commercial Service, in summer 2008. We asked him a few questions about his internship with the Mission to the European Union, based in Brussels, Belgium and how… Continue reading Internship Spotlight – Peter Hylton (SPRING 2009)
Internship Spotlight — Jane Wong (FALL 2008)
Jane Wong, is a senior EIA major and resident of the I-House, a residence hall on campus where international students and Georgia Tech students live together and participate in international-related programming. She interned with Bank of America in New York in summer 2008. We asked her a few questions about her internship in the Equity… Continue reading Internship Spotlight — Jane Wong (FALL 2008)
Internship Spotlight — Thomas Sulkowski (SUMMER 2008)
Thomas “Tom” Sulkowski, INTA 2008, interned for the Georgia Council for International Visitors (GCIV), the Consulate General of Israel to the Southeast, and the Georgia House of Representatives during his time here at Tech. We asked him a few questions about his internships and how his time at Tech helped him succeed in his internships.