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The School of Public Policy will offer two free workshop series–one on grants and fellowships and one on career planning. All SPP students and alumni are welcome to attend.
These workshops are designed specifically for Public Policy students and alumni. These workshops are intended to complement other professional development opportunities offered through Georgia Tech’s Distance Learning and Professional Development (DLPE) as well as various professional associations. Each workshop will be offered twice, once during the day and once at 6 pm to accommodate working alumni. The Power Point presentations for each …
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You are invited to join the audience on Friday Aug 26 from 1:30-6 in the Student Center Theatre for the first Graduate Student Case Competition.
The SPP graduate students are participating in a case competition that will challenge them to present solutions to some kind of business, policy, or technical problem under time constraints (in this case, 24 hours) and before judges. It will allow our students to showcase their skills in analysis, policy development and presentation to their peers, judges, and other audience members. Results and presentations will …
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Public Policy Majors: Do you have an interest in studying overseas? If so, you definitely should attend this session! IAC students have a great track record for being awarded this scholarship! Previous 2009 and 2010 IAC Winners include; EIA major Kathryn Stucki, HTS major Carrie Freshour, EIA major John Akin.
FULBRIGHT INFORMATION SESSION FOR STUDENTS
FEBRUARY 24, 11:00 am
Crescent Room, Student Center
Presenters: Jennifer Munson, Biomed PhD student, 2009 Fulbright in Switzerland
Dr. Phil McKnight, Campus Fulbright Committee Chair
Dr. Karen Adams, Campus Fulbright Advisor
Georgia Tech students are …
The School of Public Policy Graduate Program at Georgia Tech is hosting an Open House.
Please join us to learn more about the following graduate degrees:
• Master of Science in Public Policy
• Dual Master of Science in Public Policy and City and Regional Planning
• Doctor of Philosophy in Public Policy
• Joint Doctor of Philosophy in Public Policy with the Andrew Young School at Georgia State
Our areas of policy specialization are:
• Energy and Environmental Policy
• Information and Communication Policy
• Public Management and Policy Analysis
• Science and Technology Policy
• Urban and Regional Economic …
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The Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation at the University
of Washington offers a Post-Bachelor Fellowship program that combines a
full-time professional position, academic research, and education with
progressive on-the-job training and mentoring from an illustrious group of
professors. This program provides Post-Bachelor Fellows the option to
pursue for a fully-funded Master of Public Health at the University of
The Post-Bachelor Fellowship is a structured program where individuals can
apply their knowledge and passion to help advance the field of health
metrics and accelerate global health progress. This fellowship provides a
unique opportunity for recent college graduates with strong …
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1. Univ. of CA-Irvine School of Law Asst. Director of Admissions Estuardo Ponciano will speak to our Technology Law class on Thu. Oct. 28 at 8:30pm in DM Smith room 304. Everyone is invited.
UC-Irvine is a new law school. It received a lot of attention in the legal media last year. I think this will be a very worthwhile presentation.
2. Columbia Law School Asst. Director of Admissions Danielle Flores will be on campus on Thu. Nov. 4 at 11:00 am in DM Smith room 105. Everyone is invited.