Now is the time to prepare for a summer internship or full time job!
If you want your first choice for an On-Campus Internship project, the time to apply and register is now. We will be forming teams over the next week or two and if you want a shot at your favorite project you need to apply now.
We have over 100 projects for winter semester covering many wide and diverse topics. To review what On-Campus Internships are (more…)
“Crossing a frontier by Exposing Yourself to New Ideas: Why the Search for Truth is the Hallmark of an Academic’s Life” will be given by Ralph B. Brown on Friday, 13 December at 3:00 p.m. in 238 HRCB.
Brown, a professor of sociology and faculty coordinator for the international development minor at Brigham Young University, is also the executive director and treasurer of the Rural Sociological Society.
A rural sociologist by training with expertise in rural, (more…)
Umut Korkut will present “The Migration Myth: How Turkey and Hungary Have Anti-Immigration Policies Without Immigrants” on Wednesday, 11 December at noon in 238 HRCB.
Korkut is a lecturer at Glasgow School for Business and Society at Glasgow Caledonian University, where his current research focus is social policy, liberalization, religion and gender rights, migration, democratization, and Europeanization (more…)
“Lessons Learned from Thirty Years of Crisis and Controversy as a CIA Lawyer” will be John A. Rizzo’s topic on Wednesday, 4 December at noon in 238 HRCB.
Rizzo’s career as a lawyer at the CIA spanned more than three decades (1976–2009). This period coincided with the modern history of the CIA, and he was an observer or participant in every major crisis and controversy affecting the agency during that time.
In a 2009 profile, the Los Angeles Times described him as “the most influential career lawyer in CIA history.”
His forthcoming memoir Company Man (more…)
Application deadline: Wednesday, 11 December
Duty station: Vienna
The goal of the programme is to provide JPOs with a comprehensive overview of the organization, with a particular focus on familiarization with the OSCE programmatic approach and managerial framework. JPOs will be offered the opportunity of gaining practical experience in different subject areas during a three month period at the OSCE Secretariat (14 April–13 July 2014) and a six-month placement in a field operation/Institution (14 July 2014–13 January 2015). The respective supervisors will establish specific work plans/terms of reference for the JPO assigned to them toward this end. Please see the flyer to learn more and apply.