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Ever wanted to take a sneak peak into a pre-law class? Heard great things about Professor Berry and would love to hear one of her lectures? Want to help recruit prospective PUBP and other IAC majors?
In the 1-2 time slot this Friday, Professor Berry has graciously offered to present a lecture as part of our annual Shadow Day Recruiting Event to these prospective students. We of course want some of our great PUBP majors to participate and thought this would be a great opportunity. (pre-law majors …
Nick Wellkamp, who graduated from Georgia Tech in 2009 with a 4.0 GPA and majors in ISYE and Public Policy, has won the Marshall Scholarship. One of only forty students in the US to achieve this honor, Nick intends to use the Marshall to attend Oxford University to study for a master’s and PhD in Economics.
Nick was president of the GT Student Government Association, interned at the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy, the US Department of the Treasury, and the Center for American Progress, where he specialized …
Public Policy, School Happenings »
Come to the Information Session for the Roosevelt Institute at Georgia Tech on Thursday Nov. 18 from 5-6:30! Student Center Commons: Piedmont Room.
At the info session you will learn about the chapter here at Georgia Tech and ways in which students can impact policy! The main goal of our chapter is to work on consulting assignments that explore the intersection of engineering, technology and policy and provide constructive solutions to these policy issues. We also have centers that promote awareness, debate and discussion of issues relating to foreign affairs, fiscal …
US Department of State Information Session
Ever thought about interning or working full-time for the US Department of State? If so, this is a must-attend information session to learn more about intern and full-time recruitment opportunities. Also, please note that the US Department of State will have representatives present at the Annual Study and Work Abroad Fair.
4:00pm – 5:00pm
Student Success Center,
President’s Suite A
President’s Undergraduate Research Award (PURA)
Do you have a burning research question that you’d like to pursue?
Want support for working on a professor’s project?
Spring 2011 applications due October 18
Interested in being paid for part-time research work? Students may apply for salary awards of up to $1500. Applications for Spring 2011 awards are due October 18th. (Travel award applications are accepted at anytime up until one month before the conference.) For additional information, including the online application visit: http://undergradresearch.gatech.edu/funding.php .
The Georgia Legislative Internship Program is a great full-time internship program for PUBP majors interested in Politics and Policy. It is only offered during spring semester and offers undergraduate students first-hand experience in the Georgia General Assembly. Interns are assigned to individual legislators and standing committees in the Georgia House of Representatives or State Senate and work directly with legislators and professional legislative staff. Internships last the duration of the legislative session, approximately 12-16 weeks.
With this opportunity, students earn up to 12 hours academic credit and are paid approximately $300 …
School Happenings »
The Public Policy Graduate Students Association (PPGSA) Speaker Series has begun and they would like to invite undergraduates to participate.
“American Evangelicals and Public Policy Today”
Dr. David P. Gushee
Distinguished University Professor of Christian Ethics and Director of the Center for Theology and Public Life at Mercer University
September 10, 2010 at 3:00 PM
Press Room A and B
Georgia Tech Student Success Center
219 Uncle Heinie Way
Atlanta GA 30332-0122
(By the football stadium)
All (students, faculty, staff, alumni, friends, anyone from any department) are welcome! No reservation required.
About Dr. Gushee: As Distinguished University Professor, Dr. Gushee …