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Recruiting for Government of Canada Jobs

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Recruiting for Government of Canada Jobs

Application deadline: Thursday, 2 November

Each year the Government of Canada’s recruitment of policy leaders program seeks talented and accomplished professionals, academics, scientists, and thinkers. The program offers a unique opportunity to launch directly into stimulating and diverse careers in the federal public service. The program is seeking candidates with a strong record of academic excellence, an interest in public policy, and experience that demonstrates leadership and commitment. All candidates must hold (or be nearing completion) of a master’s or PhD, or a law degree, complemented by an undergraduate degree in any discipline. For eligibility criteria and information on how to apply, please download the PDF and/or visit the web page. For questions, please contact the Public Service Commission of Canada at CFP.RLP-RPL.PSC@cfp-psc.gc.ca.

Cross-Border Research Fellowship

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Cross-Border Research Fellowship

The Border Policy Research Institute at Western Washington University and the Borders in Globalization SSHRC Research Program at the Centre for Global Studies at the University of Victoria invite emerging scholars and policy professionals to apply for a visiting research fellowship. This joint appointment between two universities with established border studies programs offers a unique opportunity to conduct cross-border, policy-relevant research in the Cascadia border region.

Known as a leader in cross-border governance and innovation, the Cascadia region offers an incredible opportunity for border scholars to engage in globally relevant research in a beautiful natural landscape. The region spans the Canada–U.S. border between British Columbia and Washington State, and is situated between the Cascade Mountain Range and the islands of the Salish Sea.

Fellowship applicants can request up to six-month residencies, based at Western Washington University in Bellingham, Washington, and/or at the University of Victoria in Victoria, British Columbia.

Applications are due Friday, 15 December 2017. To submit your application, visit tinyurl.com/crossborderfellowship. If you have questions about the fellowship or submission process, please contact Natalie Baloy (natalie.baloy@wwu.edu) and Nicole Bates-Eamer (nbeamer@uvic.ca).

Forced from Home

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Forced from Home

See what we see at this outdoor educational exhibition presented by Doctors Without Borders to raise public awareness about the experience of the world’s more than 65 million refugees and internally displaced people. With an experienced aid worker as your guide, learn about the many challenges people on the move encounter and the work Doctors Without Borders does to address their basic medical needs in a host of settings. Learn more . . .

Explore Internships

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Explore Internships

Are you curious about internships? Explore the opportunities available with the Washington Seminar and the Utah State Legislature internships.

Information Meetings

THU | 14 SEP, 11–NOON, 238
FRI | 15 SEP, NOON–1, 238 HRCB

All majors welcome.

World of Law: “Law and National Security”

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World of Law: “Law and National Security”

WED | 13 SEP, 303 JRCB, 4–5, pizza will be served

The World of Law series allows undergraduates to hear BYU law professors present monthly on a variety of law-related topics and to meet the dean and director of BYU Law Admissions.

Eric Talbot Jensen teaches and writes in the areas of public international law, criminal law, the law and armed conflict, international criminal law, and national security law. Prior to Joining BYU in 2011, Jensen spent two years teaching at Fordham Law School in New York City and twenty years in the U.S. Army as both a cavalry and a JAG officer.