Author: GA

Pacific Grove High School Seeks Model UN Adviser

Pacific Grove High School is looking for an adviser for their Model United Nations club! Do you have experience with Model UN, either at the high school or college level? Would you like to help a group of motivated, internationally-minded high school students prepare for a national Model UN conference this year? The students all […]

Professor Nuket Kardam to present September 29: “Who Is a Turk? – An Exploration into Identities” as part of the Dean’s Seminar Series

Creating a nation requires a national myth that bonds the population together. National myths require rejecting parts of history that don’t fit, refashioning history in ways that do fit, or creating entirely new stories. This process has gone on in many nations around the world, and is, in a sense ,nothing new. What makes the […]

UC Berkeley to hold September 8 conference on energy efficiency in the residential sector

Energy Efficiency in the Residential Sector:   Practice, Policy, Prospects   A UC Berkeley Policy & Research Conference Thursday, September 8, 2011  Registration & Breakfast: 7:30am // Program Begins: 8:30am  David Brower Center, 2150 Allston Way in Berkeley  Sponsored by Berkeley Program on Housing and Urban Policy and Co-Sponsored by the UC Center for Energy and Environmental […]

GSIPM Expo on Friday, August 19

This August the Graduate School of International Policy and Management will hold its second research and consulting projects expo to showcase the achievements of some of its best graduating students as well as some of the school’s significant immersive learning programs. Monterey Institute graduate students from the International Professional Service Semester (IPSS), Development Project Management […]

Call for Papers: 2nd International Conference on Human Rights Education

For more information, please follow this link: For questions, please e-mail: hre2011 (at) 2nd International Conference on Human Rights Education “Celebrating diversity and achieving social justice through human rights education” Durban, South Africa 14-16 November 2011 Call for papers The Faculty of Law of the University of KwaZulu-Natal is pleased to announce that it […]

“So What’s Your Hypothesis? : A Word on Research Methods

Taken from the Peace and Collaborative Development Network blog: About a week and half ago, during one of my site visits in Berlin, a practitioner (with a B.A. in political science) said to me, “Your project sounds fascinating. What’s the hypothesis behind your work?” I was taken off guard. Surprisingly, no one had asked me […]

Calling all youth social entrepreneurs for a global competition!- Ashoka and Staples Launch Fifth Annual Global Competition- Deadline: September 19

For additional information on the Staples/Ashoka Youth Social Entrepreneur Competition, please visit the competition web site at: . Ashoka, the world’s community of leading social entrepreneurs, and Staples, Inc. today launched the fifth annual Staples/Ashoka Youth Social Entrepreneur (YSE) Competition during Ashoka’s Changemakers Week in Paris, France. This year, the global competition highlights youth-led organizations […]

Fellowships at The Woodrow Wilson Center for International Scholars 2012-2013- Deadline: October 1

For more detailed information, please follow this link: Eligibility Citizens or permanent residents from any country (foreign nationals must be able to hold a valid passport and obtain a J1 Visa) Men and women with outstanding capabilities and experience from a wide variety of -backgrounds (including government, the corporate world, professions, and academia) Academic […]

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