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9th Annual Hawaii International Conference on Arts and Humanities

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9th Annual Hawaii International Conference on Arts and Humanities

EXTENDED Submission/Proposal deadline: Thursday, 30 September
Conference dates: Sunday, 9–Wednesday, 12 January 2011

The conference will be held at the Hilton Hawaiian Village Beach Resort and Spa in Honolulu, Hawaii and will once again be the gathering place for academicians and professionals from arts and humanities related fields from all over the world. See web site for details.

Institute for Humane Studies, George Mason University

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Institute for Humane Studies, George Mason University

PROGRAMS

Summer Seminars in Liberty
IHS offers 11 free summer seminars on the theme of liberty, occurring June through August, throughout the USA, for undergraduates, recent graduates, and graduate students. Some are focused on career paths such as academia, journalism or public policy. Topics include: Liberty and Society, Exploring Liberty, Liberty and Current Issues, Poverty and Prosperity, Scholarship and a Free Society (for graduate students), Liberty and Leviathan, Liberty in Education, Journalism, Advanced Studies in Liberty, and Morality and Capitalism. Deadline: Wednesday, 31 March Read More…

The United States Meets Europe: A Forum for Young Leaders

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The United States Meets Europe: A Forum for Young Leaders

Sunday–Saturday, 18–24 April
Washington D.C.  and New York City

The United States Meets Europe: A Forum for Young Leaders is an active network of individuals interested in strengthening and supporting transatlantic relations. In addition to looking in greater detail at the history and development of cultural diplomacy, this seminar will look at how the priorities of U.S. foreign policy have changed since the end of the Cold War and are continuing to evolve. This will provide a framework for discussions on contemporary transatlantic relations, and for comparing and contrasting foreign policy priorities in the U.S. and Europe. See full details

National Security Analysis and Intelligence Summer Seminar

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National Security Analysis and Intelligence Summer Seminar

11–23 July in Washington, D.C.
Application deadline: Sunday, 7 March

Hosted by the  Office of the Director of National Intelligence, participants will study and learn from analysts and senior officials in the Intelligence Community (IC) during an intensive two-week residential seminar. Applicants will be university graduate students or exceptional graduating seniors with proven plans for ongoing graduate study. NSAISS participants will interact with currently serving intelligence analysts and senior officials through a curriculum of lectures, case studies, practice simulations, site visits to agencies, and other forms of exploration of intelligence disciplines, methodologies and substantive topics. Apply now!

Washington Center Seminar

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Washington Center Seminar

“Top Secret: Challenges to National Security in a Global Society”
Tuesday–Sunday, 16–21  May
Application deadlines:  1 March (space guaranteed); 15 April (final deadline)
Program Cost: $1,755 (includes housing)

The Washington Center is pleased to announce its new May academic seminar. Given the need for talent in this area, it is our intent to not only educate students about the issues that face the U.S. in its efforts to enhance our national security but to interest top students to seek a career in this or a related field.  Read More…