A workshop sponsored by the Foreign Service Student Organization featuring political officer Kyler Kronmiller will take place on Wednesday, 3 December at 4:00 p.m. in B135 JFSB.
Kronmiller is assigned to the U.S. Embassy in Rabat, Morocco, where he lives with his wife and children. His previous post was in Jerusalem.
Prior to joining the Foreign Service, he worked in the International Law Library at the Library of Congress.
Kronmiller received a BA in international law and diplomacy, with an emphasis in European and Middle East studies, from Brigham Young University (2001) and an MS in strategic studies and international economics, with an emphasis in the Middle East, from the School for Advanced International Studies (SAIS) at Johns Hopkins (2004).
His early years were spent in Boise, Idaho, but his family moved several times with his father’s military work.
Nationally Competitive Scholarships
Alfred Russell Wallace Grants
Operation Wallacea (a network of academics from European and North American universities, who design and implement biodiversity and conservation management research programmes)
U.S. undergraduate students looking to join one of the Operation Wallacea biodiversity teams
1 grant of $1500, 1 grant of $750, and 3 grants of $500
February 27, 2015 for summer 2015
Benjamin A. Gilman International Scholarship
U.S. Department of State, Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs
Applicants must be Pell Grant recipients and are encouraged to select underrepresented destinations and study critical-need languages
up to $5,000; Critical Need Language Awards up to $8,000
October 7 for spring and summer (early application)
March 3 for summer (regular application), fall semester, and academic year
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This Kennedy Center Conversation will draw on the expertise of James A. Toronto, an associate professor of Arabic and Islamic studies, who teaches courses in Islamic religion and humanities and was formerly a faculty member in the Department of Church History and Doctrine, where he taught courses in comparative world religions.
RSVP to join us Thursday, 13 November at noon in the offices of Katten Muchin Rosenman LLP, 525 W. Monroe Street, in Chicago.
Toronto’s research and publications are in Islamic education, immigration and integration of Muslim minorities, and the history of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in Italy and the Middle East. Read More…
Professional development and cultural experience at The American University in Cairo
(must be post-undergraduates)
Interns spend one academic year working at AUC. Each intern fulfills a full-time position in one of seven offices, aligned with their academic and professional interests, where they develop the substantive skills and experience needed to contribute to the AUC community and succeed in their future endeavors. Interns have utilized the skills, knowledge and networks they develop during the program to pursue a variety of meaningful opportunities and careers, including in the fields of government, academia, journalism, and law.
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Documentary film producer and director Dodge Billingsley will share his insights on Wednesday, 5 November at noon in 238 HRCB. Billingsley, a fellow at the David M. Kennedy Center for International Studies at BYU, is the founder of Combat Films and Research and a senior faculty member at the Naval Post Graduate School’s Center for Civil Military Relations.
He has been a long-time observer of many wars and contested regions and has spent considerable time with U.S. and foreign militaries worldwide, including Chechen insurgent forces, Turkish Special Forces, and Republic of Korea Marines and has has embedded with U.S. forces in Iraq and Afghanistan. From his field work, he has produced a wide variety of media, Read More…