Brett Davenport, a first year law student at NYU who graduated from Tech(ME) last year, will be on campus on TOMORROW (Jan. 16th) at 2pm in Klaus 2443. This will be an advice session for anyone who has questions about law school and the application process and a great opportunity to get the perspective from a recent GT grad.
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All Liberal Arts students are able to attend this fair.
The Emory Grad School Fair will be held on Oct. 29. A lot of law schools will be there as well. GT students can take the Emory shuttle: http://www.parking.gatech.edu/transportation/1_Campus_Transit/5_gt_emory.php
The Grad School Fair will be held in the Winship Ballroom and the Cox Hall Ballroom. Winship Ballroom is in the Dobbs University Center (DUC). The DUC and Cox are about a 2 minute walk from where the shuttle stops at Emory.
Lynell Cadray from the Paul M. Hebert LSU Law Center will be available to speak to GA Tech students on Oct. 27 at 7:00 pm in DM Smith room 203.
Prof. Janelle Knox-Hayes, who has recently joined the SPP faculty, sends this message: “I did this program as an undergraduate and it was fantastic. I think this would be a great program to recommend to our qualified juniors.”
The Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs is pleased to announce that the 2010 PPIA Junior Summer Institute will be held at Princeton University from June 10 through July 30, 2010. The goal of the program is to prepare students for graduate study and careers in public policy and international affairs. This goal is achieved by providing participants with the tools of critical thinking, speaking, writing, and quantitative reasoning and with the skills and experiences necessary to create, analyze, implement, evaluate, and affect policy in a multicultural, multiethnic society.
The application deadline is November 1, 2009.
The brochure is available at http://wws.princeton.edu/jsi/ and the online application form is available through the Public Policy & International Affairs Fellowship Program (PPIA)
Seniors applying for Rhodes, Marshall, Gates, Churchill, and Mitchell nationally competitive scholarships should have materials in by Thursday, September 10th at noon to Room 105 C of the French Building. Continue reading
“Destination Public Health: Locally, Nationally, Globally” one day event designed to introduce undergraduate students and undergraduate pre-health advisors to the field of public health. Continue reading
Governor’s Interns work in a fast-paced environment and gain a wide-range of experience in politics and government. The internship provides many opportunities for students to learn more about state government and become involved in the legislative process. Continue reading
CollegeGrad.com announces the Top Intern Employers for 2009! These employers were selected because of their dedication to the training and development of talent through internships. Take some time to check out some of these companies to find out why they are listed at the top. Continue reading
For graduate students only: Georgia Innovation Internship Summer applications are being accepted until March 15, 2009. This program will hire as many as five students (who have completed the first year of a two-year master’s program or are enrolled in a doctoral program at a Georgia public university) for paid internships. Georgia Tech’s program in Science, Technology, and Innovation Policy is a joint program of the Enterprise Innovation Institute and the School of Public Policy. Continue reading
A colleague has asked that I bring this new graduate program in Medicine, Science and Society to your attention. It may be a good fit if you are looking for a chance to learn more about the intersection of medicine and public policy (and see London). See the program website for more information or contact Dr. Aaron Levine by email (email@example.com).