12 events found
Sort by: Event Date Sort
Sort by: Event Date SortEvent Date Sort Alphabetical (A - Z) Newest Oldest Relevance
TopicsAll Topics (12) Academics (6) Building a Civil Society (1) Business (1) Career (3) Clubs (1) Culture (1) Diplomacy (2) Foreign Service (2) Gender (2) History (1) Internships (2) Law (1) Lectures (2) Majors and Minors (2) National Security (1) Politics and Policy (2) Religion (1) Scholarships (1) Theme of the Semester (1) Women (2) World Cups and Soccer Legends (1)
For some, Lionel Messi’s recent triumph in the World Cup placed him in the center of G.O.A.T. debates. This presentation, by world-renowned soccer journalist Jonathan Wilson, will examine why Lionel Messi matters in this “Messi Moment” in Argentina and the world.
Are you an undergrad or graduate student with an interest in foreign affairs? Then consider applying for the Young Leaders Initiative Program! The Salt Lake Committee on Foreign Relations is providing two scholarships to attend this event in Washington D.C. where students will meet with diplomatic personnel, discuss pivotal issues, participate in simulations, and have dinner with a foreign ambassador.
Paula Alonso of George Washington University lectures on how the language of democracy served an important performative function in public debates in Argentina, Chile, and Peru between 1830 and 1860. Part of our winter 2023 lecture series, "Building a Civil Society."
Come mix, mingle, and make connections with your fellow Kennedy Center majors and minors while you enjoy Hruska's kolaches and hot cocoa.
Come listen to Amy Blair, Associate Professor of English at Marquette University, discuss this topic as part of the winter 2023 Global Women's Studies Colloquium series.
Are you a student interested in international graduate study, research, or English teaching? Come hear about the international opportunities available to students through the Fulbright program!
The International Society will hold its 33rd annual conference in April, focusing on critical issues for global professions.
Are you planning to travel this summer? Wondering how to get the most out of your trip? Come hear travel tips and tricks from Kennedy Center Associate Director Quinn Mecham, who has traveled all over the world, at this end-of-semester social!
Harvey Amani Whitfield, Professor of History at the University of Calgary, delivers the annual Asael E. & Maydell C. Palmer Lecture on Canadian Studies.
Come listen to Julie Allen, Professor of Comparative Literature at BYU, discuss this topic as part of the winter 2023 Global Women's Studies Colloquium series.
Battery Ventures, a technology and software-focused investment firm, is accepting applications for its externship program—a part-time remote program for undergraduate, tech-focused students who would like venture capital experience.
The Academy for Cultural Diplomacy is located in the center of Europe, and its purpose is to enable students who need an internship as a compulsory part of their BA, MA, or other graduate studies, to engage in cultural diplomacy and promote multiculturalism worldwide.