Articles in the Atlanta Category
Academic Advising, Atlanta, Curriculum, Public Policy »
COA 4803 THE BELTLINE: A WORKSHOP ON TRANSFORMATIVE URBAN PROJECTS Social and Urban
PHIL 2010 Intro to Philosophical Analysis Michael Hoffmann Phil
PHIL 3105 Ethical Theories Robert Kirkman Phil
PHIL 3109 Engineering Ethcis Michael Hoffmann Phil
PHIL 3109RR Engineering Ethics Robert Rosenberg Phil
PHIL 3115 Philosophy of Science Justin Biddle Phil
PHIL 3127 Science, Technology & Human Values Hans Klein Phil
PHIL 4176RK Environmental Ethics Robert Kirkman Envir, Phil
PHIL 4803 Special Topic: Philosophy of Food Justin Biddle Phil, S&T Policy
POL 1101JM Government of the United States Julia Melkers …
Atlanta, Internships, Public Policy »
2012 Internship Program
The Atlanta Step Up Society is seeking a part-time intern for 12 weeks without compensation. The ideal intern would be a student pursuing a degree in urban planning, public administration, community development or public relations. Interns will help support a non-profit organization that provides shelter and job training for the homeless. Most duties would include data collection and possibly serving as a liaison between the organization and city officials. Candidates must be available to work a minimum of 12 hours per week. Interested students should email their resumes …
Atlanta, Internships »
2012 Internship Program
The Marietta Redevelopment Corporation is seeking a part-time intern for 10-12 weeks without compensation. The ideal intern would be a junior, senior or graduate student pursuing a degree in urban planning, public administration, community development or public relations. Interns will participate in the various aspects of neighborhood / community planning, data collection and real estate development. Candidates must be available to work a minimum of 15 hours per week. Interested students should email their resumes and cover letters to Reggie Taylor, Executive Director at Rtaylor@mariettaga.gov.
This is internship is …
Atlanta, Environmental Policy, Georgia Tech, Other Stuff »
As a tribute to Liam Rattray’s dedication to sustainability and urban agriculture, Generation Green is hosting the Liam Rattray Memorial Service Project at the Truly Living Well Center for Natural Urban Agriculture.
Liam grew up in Atlanta and was one of the city’s most promising young environmental leaders. In his sophomore year at Georgia Tech, Liam founded Students Organizing for Sustainability (SOS) and laid the groundwork for Tech’s campus garden, community supported agriculture program and sustainable dining committee. His reach extended well beyond the campus setting to community organizations that include Georgia …
Alumni Updates, Atlanta, Headline, Internships, Public Policy, Student Kudos! »
Tyler “TJ” Kaplan, a fourth year undergraduate student in the Ivan Allen College of Liberal Arts School of Public Policy, has been awarded the Eben Tisdale Public Policy Fellowship.
The fellowship consists of a $5,000 grant and a full-time, eight week public policy internship in Washington, DC with a high-tech company, firm or trade association, and weekly issues seminars hosted by Tisdale sponsors.
“I hope to gain an in depth understanding of how the lobbying process works in Washington, D.C. and establish a strong network of contacts there so that I can …
Atlanta, Featured, Georgia Tech, Public Policy, School Happenings »
From the desk of Diana Hicks (Chair of the School of Public Policy):
Last week I attended the final client presentations of our undergraduate capstone class – PUBP 4010/4020 Public Policy Task Force. The presentations were wonderful – very professional, very nice analyses that the clients found helpful.
So congratulations are first due to the three teams:
Team – Betsy Kim, Haley Gillet, Jessica Sinclair, Kristine Priebe, Mike Starosto
Client – MS Society of GA
Project title – What Methods were used to regulate specialty tiers? What method is most feasible in Georgia?
Team – Zack Smith, …
Atlanta, Georgia Tech, Internships, Jobs, Public Policy »
Hello SPP Students:
Some of you have internships. Some of you are taking classes. Some of you are doing research. Whatever you’re doing this summer, here are some suggestions on how to maximize your summer:
Create/update your LinkedIn.com profile.
Join the Policy Innovation group on LinkedIn.com.
Start collecting recommendations from others for your LinkedIn.com profile.
Begin networking with alumni within our Policy Innovation group on LinkedIn.com.
Join appropriate professional associations.
Attend summer professional conferences.
Attend career fairs, such as the Atlanta Nonprofit Career Conference: http://content.opportunityknocks.org/2009/04/22/opportunity-knocks-announces-june-16-atlanta-nonprofit-career-conference/
Update your resume and career goals.
Post your resume on job search engines (see Clark Bonilla, Director of …