The first PAD pre-law fraternity meeting of the semester will be held at 7:00 this evening in DM Smith room 203. If you’re interested in joining PAD, you’re welcome to attend.
The agenda is:
–Short info session about PAD and membership requirements
–Short presentation on law school admission and courses by John Marshall Law School
We really need to fill the Vice-President and Treasurer positions. The Vice-President would be in charge of maintaining relationships with members, and the Treasurer would be in charge of managing the local chapter account and collecting local dues. Please consider running for one of these positions at the meeting.
The Student Government Association and the Office of Government and Community Affairs would like to invite you to the first-ever Georgia Tech Student Day at the Capitol on Tuesday, February 9th from 9am to noon at the Georgia State Capitol! Join SGA leaders and the Institute’s President, Dr. G. P. ‘Bud’ Peterson, in showcasing Georgia Tech’s contributions to our state, nation, and international community!
Should you choose to attend, you will have the opportunity to meet a variety of legislators who directly impact Georgia Tech’s future. If you are a Georgia resident, you will also have an opportunity to meet your local Representative or Senator. You will also get a chance to tour the historic State Capitol, which stands as a symbol of Georgia’s distinguished history. Transportation to and from the Capitol will be taken care of. Let us show the Legislature that we care about the future of our great school, and that Georgia Tech needs the State’s support.
Please email Imran Ali(MIAli89@gmail.com), Student Lobby Board Chair if you are interested in attending this event. The deadline to reserve a spot is January 30.
The Center for International Strategy, Technology and Policy (CISTP) within the Sam Nunn School of International Affairs welcomes General David Petraeus who will speak on campus Jan 19.
General David H. Petraeus
“Update from the CENTCOM Commander”
Tuesday, 19 January 2010, 2:30 PM
Ferst Center for the Arts
Seating is limited and immediate RSVP is suggested to secure a seat.
To reserve, email email@example.com. 404-894-3199–tel
Georgia Tech Model United Nations for New York– needed, 2 more delegates
- Country-Representation: Greece
- Participation fee: approx 250 to 300 $ (includes Hotel, Flight, Fees).
- 2 Credit Hours of GA Tech credit
- expected Workload 5-6h per week from now, up to 10h/week in month leading up to conference
- Conference dates: March 28 – April 01
- only 2 spots left
- take-in ASAP
We look for candidates that take participation seriously and who are very reliable.
If you are interested, please send an email that includes a paragraph about your interest and/or experience to Professor Kirk Bowman at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Prof. Hans Klein
School of Public Policy
“US Control of the Internet: Is It Really Over?”
Monday, October 12th: 12:00 1:30pm
Piedmont Room (Student Center Commons 1st Floor)
This talk examines the United State’s control of the Internet.
On October 1st the US government formally internationalized oversight of ICANN.
In its “Affirmation of Commitments” document, the Department of Commerce allowed other governments
a bigger role in overseeing policy-making for the Internet root.
This talk will provide the background of that action, will analyze its significance,
and will offer some predictions about the future of global Internet governance.
A representative from Southern Teachers Agency will be interviewing at Georgia Tech
Thursday, October 8, 2009
9:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
Student Success Center
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